Lights go out on Hong Kong skyline for worldwide Earth Hour

Lights go out on Hong Kong skyline for worldwide Earth Hour

Cities around the world are turning off the lights today as they mark Earth Hour, a global campaign to urge more action against climate change. Initiated by the World Wildlife Fund in Sydney, Australia, in 2007, Earth Hour has since become a world-wide movement aimed at encouraging people to physically show their commitment to protect the environment and curb climate change by turning off the lights for an hour. This year’s Earth Hour is scheduled for March 30 between 8.30pm and 9.30pm local time, with millions of people in more than 180 countries expected to participate in the dark out. As the hour approached, city officials and organizations behind major landmarks throughout the world joined individuals in turning off the lights in solidarity, producing some startling visual results.

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