Take the Pledge to Shut Off Your Lights for Earth Hour
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Sea levels are rising and the oceans are warming. Droughts threaten crops, wildlife and freshwater supplies. From polar bears in the Arctic to marine turtles off the coast of Africa, our planet’s diversity of life is at risk from climate change.
Climate change poses a fundamental threat to the vulnerable places, species and people WWF seeks to protect. To adequately address this crisis we must urgently reduce carbon pollution and prepare for the consequences of global warming that the world is already experiencing.
In addition to mobilizing millions of people for action during Earth Hour, WWF is also:
- Helping people and nature adapt to a warmer world
- Advancing policies to curb climate change
- Engaging with businesses to reduce emissions
To learn more about Earth Hour, go here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=jGpPmMxuWmo
Update #2Posted by Jessica Dahl (Campaign Leader) on Mar 31, 2012
Tonight is the night! Remember to shut off your lights at 8:30pm local time this evening, Saturday, March 31. We can’t wait to see how many people join in!
Update #1Posted by Jessica Dahl (Campaign Leader) on Mar 30, 2012
Thank you for taking the pledge to go dark for Earth Hour! We’ve been amazed to see the outpouring of support across the world. Earth Hour is reaching further and wider than ever before, with iconic landmarks from the Eiffel Tower to the Great Wall of China going dark at 8:30pm this Saturday.
Tell us which landmark you are most excited to see participating in Earth Hour by answering this poll!
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