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Earth Hour 2022 is on 26 March 2022 at 8:30pm local time

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Earth Hour is back, and this time it is on Saturday 26 March 2022 at 8:30pm local time to you! 

This is a great chance to switch everything off.

Earth Hour started back in 2007 by WWF and partners in Sydney to raise awareness of climate change and it's a huge grassroots movement for the enviornment.  Every year people in over 190 countries and territories take part and take action.   

You can simply switch off your lights - why not enjoy the night sky for an hour?  Or take part in an event, or hold your own event and find out more about climate change and  habitat loss. 

Don't miss Earth Hour 2022!
Twitter:
  @EarthHour
Facebook: @EarthHour
Instagram:  @EarthHourOfficial

You could share your stories online of what you personally are doing to take action and join groups who are making a difference.  

Why not make a start by calculating your own footprint on the planet?  You can do this on the WWF website and then it has suggestions of what you can do to reduce it.  Give it a go!

Above all, you can go beyond the hour - and see what you can do to change your lifestyle to reduce your impact on climate change, and to put pressure on goverments and companies to make the right decisions, for people, for the planet and of course for wildlife.

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