On 23 March, from 8.30 pm local time, the world's largest environmental mobilisation organised by the WWF returns for its 18th edition with 'Earth Hour', in support and celebration of our Planet.

Nature plays a fundamental role in ensuring our livelihoods and tackling climate change. Every action we take is crucial to making a contribution to the fight against the climate crisis and in this way protecting the Planet and our health, today and in the future. In each of our actions, Nature is involved, which is why WWF invites everyone to donate part of their time to the future of the Planet.

In an increasingly divided world, "Earth Hour" is an appointment that wants to involve as many people as possible, urging them to act together against the climate crisis and the loss of biodiversity. "Earth Hour' in recent years has inspired and mobilised people globally, reminding us of our individual and collective responsibility to create a future of hope and resilience for our Planet.

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