Earth Hour: “One Hour For Our Planet”, One Hour For Our Climate

Did you assist the Earth Hour last Saturday? Here’s how it was planned:

At 20:30 (France time), a dark wave will propagate the whole planet. Starting from Fiji Island, in the Pacific Ocean, the dark wave will reach Asia, then Europe and America. For its tenth edition, the operation “An hour for the planet” now encourages more than 170 countries to symbolize the commitment of all in the fight against climate change. A simple gesture: switch off the light for one hour. The goal is to achieve energy savings and at the same time, to make aware of the effects it has on the planet for energy consumption, particularly in terms of emissions of greenhouse gases, and to encourage governments and individuals to act on climate change worldwide.



By mobilizing millions of people around the world, three months after the Paris conference on climate, this initiative of the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) advocates that promises made at the COP21 against global warming are kept.

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