Get ready to save the Earth for an hour.
March 29 8:30 - 9:30pm.
Millions of people across the globe switch their lights off for one hour. It's a commitment to the planet, however Earth Hour has become bigger than switching off your lights for 60 minutes, change is underway and Earth Hour (WWF) has started Earth Hour Blue; a new crowd funding and crowd sourcing platform.
Thanks to Earth Hour Blue Uganda will plant half a million trees in the world's first Earth Hour Forest, 120,000 long-awaited laws to protect the Russian seas from oil pollution was finally passed in Russia and in Argentina 3.4 million hectares of sea are now protected.
So this Saturday turn your lights off and do your part.
(Sydney - Earth Hour)