This marks the seventh year of encouraging individuals and organizations
around the world to turn off the lights for one hour. Last year, the
campaign became the largest voluntary action for the environment, and
has continued to grow every year.
Did you know?
��� �More than 7,000 cities and towns in 152 countries and territories took part in Earth Hour last year.
��� �In Uganda 500,000 tress will be planted in the world�s first Earth Hour Forest in a fight against the 6000 hectares of deforestation
��� �In Russia the long-awaited law to protect the country�s seas from oil pollution was finally passed after 120,000 Russians brought their voices to the government.
This Earth Hour Join millions of people across the world who will switch lights off an hour on March 29, at 8:30 pm, to raise awareness and celebrate their commitment to preserving energy.
Stay safe this Earth Hour with these tips form the City of Toronto.