Let's keep the momentum going 'til Earth Hour 2023 next year - 25 March, 8:30 pm local time! After all, Earth Hour isn't only about committing for one hour on one day - it's about committing every day to take care of our planet and each other:
Taking place against the backdrop of challenging times, Earth Hour - thanks to your support - provided a moment of solidarity, of unity, and a reminder that we must work together to look after each other and the one home we all share.
Earth Hour was a moment of solidarity, where people from 192 countries and territories came together in support of people and our planet. We saw landmarks turn off their lights and supporters switch off at home, as well as a range of activities such as virtual concerts, mangrove planting, street clean-ups and virtual runs.
Public figures and celebrities, such as UN Secretary-General António Guterres, Justin Trudeau, Ellie Goulding, Iwan Rheon, Claudia Bahamón, Gianella Neyra, Mr Leo, Ben Pol, Liu Wen, Dilraba Dilmurat, Shruti Haasan and many more, also showed their support. Earth Hour showed that we can all play a part to shape a safer, fairer and more sustainable future for everyone on our planet, the one home we all share.
You don't have to wait 'til next year to continue making an impact. Take action each and every day to shape a brighter future for people and our planet:
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Every year, we countdown together across the globe to celebrate Earth Hour and take one iconic action: switch off the lights.
But it is so much more than that. It is a symbol of unity. It is a symbol of hope. It is a demonstration of the power of collective action for our future and the planet's.