Earth Hour Saturday March 24, 2018 The planet is in crisis – from climate change to the pollution of our oceans and devastation of our forests. It’s up to all of us to fix it. Join WWF’s global lights out event. Together we have the power to make a difference. What is Earth Hour? WWF’s Earth Hour is the biggest movement to protect our planet. Hundreds of millions of people around the planet take part in WWF’s Earth Hour every year. People do a wide range of things around the hour to show they care about our planet’s future. Millions choose to mark Earth Hour by going ‘lights out’ for 60 minutes at 8.30pm – a symbolic show of solidarity for the planet. On Saturday, 25 march 2017, WWF’s Earth Hour rolled across the world once again and an unprecedented 187 countries and territories took part, over 3,000 landmarks including the Eiffel Tower, Sydney Opera House, Buckingham Palace, and Seoul Namsan Tower switched off their lights and millions of individuals, businesses and organizations across seven continents stepped forward to change climate change. Will you make a simple change to help protect our planet? Make a promise for the planet and help us turn small actions into big change. How you can take part 1. Show your love for the planet by making your mark on the Earth Hour Tracker. (http://earthhourkorea.org/) 2. Switch off non-essential lights for one hour on March 24, 2018 from 8.30pm to 9.30pm. 3. Join our Earth Hour Candle Night at Cheonggyecheon Plaza on March 24, 2018 between 17:00~22:00.