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Turn off lights today, Its Earth Hour day

Earth Hour Day 2021 is a public event that raises awareness of environmental issues. It is observed every year on 27 March.

This event lasts for 60 minutes.

In many parts of the world today, on Saturday, it will go dark for a short while tonight. It’s time for Earth Hour.

The day is significant because it calls on individuals to take action in a variety of positions and ways to raise consciousness about the importance of nature.

Today, at 8:30 pm the lights will go down all across the world. Every country will celebrate it according to their respective time at 8:30 pm.

In the wake of Covid-19 safety regulations will continue across the world. Pakistan is no exception in this regard.

To mark this planet-loving day Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan has also instructed to turn off the lights of the PM house.

PM Khan said in his message that making sure of nourishing environmental conditions is the highest priority of his government.

PM also urged the public to support the government’s efforts to protect the environment.

However, several countries will celebrate this event online and speak up for our mother nature

What is Earth Hour?

The World Wide Fund for Nature, or WWF, launched the Earth Hour campaign in March 2007. It is one of the year’s most significant environmental mitigation activities.

Around Earth Hour, almost 2.2 million people around the world switch off their lights as a show of unity. This hour stresses the urgency of taking steps to resolve the immediate problem of global climate change. Earth Hour is a public event that raises concerns about environmental issues.

How did Earth Hour start?

It should not be confused with Earth Day, Earth Hour is an annual event in which people switch off their lights to raise awareness of climate change and biodiversity. The World Wildlife Fund organized the event, which will take place on March 27 from 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. local time.

When did Earth Hour start?

The symbolic campaign began in 2007 in Sydney, Australia when the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) persuaded 2.2 million people to turn off their lights for an hour to help climate change action.

Millions of people from all over the world have registered since then. The Eiffel Tower, Big Ben, Sydney Opera House, Empire State Building, Buckingham Palace, the Colosseum, and Edinburgh Castle have all turned off their lights for an hour.

What is the Purpose of Earth Hour day?

The goal of celebrating this crucial day is to bring together people that share one mutual goal which is an eco-friendly future.

How to participate in Earth Hour Day?

To play your part in the blackout you can sign a petition demanding “that political leaders take action to save the planet.” There are also a slew of other things people can do to better mitigate climate change on the website.

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