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Earth Hour is on Saturday


Earth Hour takes place on Saturday at 8:30 p.m. local time. It's an hour when millions will turn out the lights to draw attention to the climate emergency.


It's the world's largest grassroots environmental campaign.


WWF-Canada is asking the public to do something — anything — positive for our planet. Take part at the traditional time of 8:30 p.m. local time, or anytime during March 23.


Megan Leslie, president and CEO of WWF-Canada says "Every year, we're witnessing wildfires, floods and other devastating impacts of climate change and biodiversity loss. It can feel overwhelming, but we still have time to reverse the path we're on. Earth Hour is a yearly reminder that, across our society here in Canada and across the world's borders, we can work together to make a difference for our shared home. Every person and every hour counts."


Earth Hour began in Sydney in 2007.

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