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Earth Hour 2017 takes place this weekend. Here's how to get involved -

Our climate is changing at such an accelerated pace, we're struggling to keep up. Global temperatures are increasing at an alarming rate, and 1 in 6 species of wildlife are now at risk of extinction due to habitat destruction. Now in its tenth year ...and more »

Earth Hour 2017: A day in the life of Elisabeth Kruger, a climate warrior - Metro

As day breaks on February 28, I wake to the whistle of wind gusting across my bedroom window in the westernmost community of mainland North America. Reluctantly emerging from the warmth of my bed, I follow the aroma of fresh coffee to the communal ...and more »

Severe weather causing delays to half of commuters at least once a month, Earth Hour poll finds - The Independent

About half of commuters suffer delays to their journey once a month because of severe weather, according to a new poll commissioned as part of Earth Hour. The WWF event takes place at 8.30pm on Saturday, when people and businesses are urged to ...and more »

Watch Live: Cities Around the World Turn Their Lights Off for Earth Hour - TIME

Lights are being turned off on landmarks and other famous sites around the world on Saturday for the 10th annual Earth Hour, part of a global effort to back action on climate change. In Tokyo, lights were sent to turn off at Tokyo Tower. In New Delhi ...and more »

Edmontonians engaging with Earth Hour as event marks decade of climate-change awareness -

For a decade now, people across the globe have been turning off their lights at 8:30 p.m. every March 25 for Earth Hour. In Edmonton, there's a number of ways to get involved with the climate-change awareness event on Saturday. Alberta's capital has ...and more »

WATCH | Earth Hour 2017: Cities around the world plunge into darkness to bring light to climate change - Daily News & Analysis

The lights were switched off around the world at 8:30 p.m. on Saturday evening, to mark the 10th annual Earth Hour, and to draw attention to climate change. Next Video. WATCH | Lights Out! 10 years of Earth Hour. most viewed. FIFA World Cup 2018: End ...and more »

Earth Hour is bad for the poor: Bjorn Lomborg - USA TODAY

At 8:30 p.m. on Saturday, in the U.S. and around the world, around one billion people are expected to switch off their lights for one hour as a political statement against climate change and fossil fuels, and in support of carbon cuts and renewable energy.and more »

Earth Hour 2017: UN joins iconic landmarks 'going dark' to support protecting the planet - UN News Centre

The United Nations this evening dimmed the lights at its iconic Headquarters complex in New York and other facilities around the world in observance of the tenth annual 'Earth Hour,' global event to put the spotlight on the issues facing the planet and ...and more »

This year, America should turn out the lights in solidarity with Earth Hour, the climate and reality. - Treehugger

The first Earth Hour was ten years ago, celebrated in Sydney, Australia; it was a lovely idea, a sort of rolling global Kumbaya moment where we lit candles and made using less electricity fun. trump tweet 1 Twitter/via. It took off around the world in ...and more »

Earth Hour 2017: Is Turning Off Your Lights For An Hour Really Helping The Environment? - Tech Times

On March 25, Saturday, from 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m local time, Earth Hour will be observed in 7,000 cities spread in more than 170 countries. The occasion will be marked by the city skylines in most countries going dark. At the anointed hour, lights ...and more »