Earth Hour 2017: Here's How Your One Hour Of Darkness Can Save The Planet 

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Earth Hour 2017: Here's How Your One Hour Of Darkness Can Save The Planet 
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A global blackout will take place in many parts of the world for an hour or more on 25th March for Earth Hour 2017. 

Earth Hour is the world's biggest environmental event where millions of people show their love and care for the planet by turning the lights off. It was founded by World Wildlife Fund For Nature in 2007 in Sydney, Australia. 

It was started to increase global awareness regarding energy consumption and global warming. 

Let us know more about the global moment.

2017 marks the 10th year of Earth Hour.

2017 marks the 10th year of Earth Hour.

It started off as a lights-off event in 2007 in Sydney, Australia and after that, the event was held internationally in 2008.

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When to turn the lights off?

When to turn the lights off?
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In Earth Hour, we have to turn the lights off from 8:30 pm to 9:30 pm (local time) to show the support towards the event.

Why it was started?

Why it was started?
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It was started to unite the people to protect the planet and support a clean energy future.

Why is it important?

Why is it important?
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The consumption of fossil fuels is increasing at a rapid speed, and it is severely affecting Earth's environment. Earth hour is a step to change the degrading environment. So it is our responsibility to save our earth by turning off the lights for just one hour. 

Climate change is ruining the Earth.

Last year, the Earth's temperature was the hottest on record and the Earth Hour is an opportunity to promote clean and sustainable energy.

More than 350 landmarks showed their support last year.

170 countries and territories showed their support by turning off the lights for protecting the planet last year.

So it's time to participate.

So it's time to participate.

Earth Hour is an opportunity for all of us to show our support towards the climate change. By switching off the lights for one hour, we can make a difference in the energy consumption and also help in reducing the effect of global warming.

That's all, folks!

Will you switch off lights for an hour today?