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Earth Hour: 29 March 8-9 p.m.
Let's "unite" (with others on the planet) by "romantic" candlelight and talks. FYI:
Switch off your lights this Saturday
This Saturday, at 8pm local time, switch off your lights for one hour and help take action against climate change.
Your simple action, combined with that of millions of others globally, will deliver a powerful message to the citizens and leaders of the world about the need for action.
Join WWF in the global Earth Hour movement and get ready to show the rest of the world how committed you are to fight climate change.
Climate change is the biggest threat to nature and humanity in the 21st century. By switching off your lights for just one hour you will help inspire the world to switch off global warming.
At 8pm on the 29 March millions of people around the world will use the simple action of turning off the lights for one hour to deliver a powerful message about the need for action on global warming.
Mark your calendar and join WWF and our partners in the global "Earth Hour" movement by turning your lights off from 8-9 p.m. on March 29.
But there's much more to Earth Hour than the one-time event. Visit www.earthhour.org to see how you can make Earth Hour a part of your everyday life and find out ways to reduce your carbon dioxide emissions.
You can take a stand against the greatest threat our planet has ever faced. Join the Earth Hour movement now at www.earthhour.org
Where Will the Lights Go Off? Anyone can get involved and individuals around the world will be shutting the lights off in their homes and businesses. In addition, major participation is planned in 25 cities, on six continents, including Chicago, San Francisco, Copenhagen, Sydney, Manila, Tel Aviv, Bangkok, Dublin and Toronto. Find out more about what’s happening in these cities or get your town or local community involved.
Go to www.earthhour.org and sign up to create a bigger, better Earth Hour, and reduce your impact on climate change.
Thank you for switching your lights off and making a statement for planet Earth.