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Earth Hour: History And Significance

Today is Earth Hour Day, which is being celebrated throughout the world. Every year on the last Saturday in March, the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) hosts this event. Its goal is to raise public awareness about ecology and global climate change. As a result, the program’s commencement date has been set for March 26, 2022.

What is Earth Hour?

Earth Hour

Earth Hour is a worldwide event that takes place every year,  its impact on people lasts for a long time. People throughout the world turn off their electricity consumption for an hour on this day. It’s called Earth Hour for this reason. This programme is one of the few global grassroots initiatives in which millions of people take part. This year’s Earth Hour will begin at 8:30 p.m IST on March 26, 2022.

History of Earth Hour 

Since 2007, Earth Hour has been held every year. Every year, millions of individuals from several  nations participate in this global event. On this day, the lights in many historical buildings around the world are turned off. Switching off the electricity reduces your carbon impact and saves your money.

Significance of this Day 

Earth Hour

The major goal of Earth Hour is to reduce the world’s vast energy consumption and to focus on climate change and sustainable development in order to safeguard the environment. The official website for Earth Hour Day states that the event will bring together millions of people, businesses, and leaders from all around the world to raise awareness about the destruction of nature and the need to address climate change as soon as possible. Earth Hour will bring people from all around the world together to speak out about the destruction of nature.

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