Yorkshire Times
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Jan Harris
Deputy Group Editor
11:46 AM 22nd February 2024

The Biggest Hour For Earth Is Back!

Image by WAQAR AHMAD from Pixabay
Image by WAQAR AHMAD from Pixabay
Just over a year ago over 410,000 hours were given to our planet in the Biggest Hour for Earth 2023. In 30 days time, we willl once again be given the opportunity to create a moment the world can’t miss.

When is Earth Hour?

This year, Earth Hour will be taking place on Saturday, 23rd March, at 8:30 pm wherever you are - and you are invited to switch off and Give an hour for Earth by spending 60 minutes doing something positive for our one shared home.

What to do?

It could be as simple as spending an hour outdoors, and taking time to reconnect with nature - one of the best ways to remind yourself of the beauty and fragility of our planet. Or if you feel like staying indoors, you could also cook up a meal with planet-friendly ingredients, embark on a scavenger hunt at home to find sustainable alternatives to common products, or watch an exciting and eye-opening nature documentary with friends and family.

But if you don't know where to start, don’t worry! In the coming days The Earth Hour Global Team will unveil an exciting new platform for us to discover all the ways we can Give an hour for Earth while doing the things we love - after all, who says you can’t have a good time while doing good for the planet?

So stay tuned, and stay amazing. Let’s make the Biggest Hour for Earth the biggest one yet!

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