With what started as a show of solidarity against climate change in Sydney two years back, is now a global movement called Earth Hour. Thousands made a statement by switching their lights off. Just for an hour.
This year, on 28th March, close to a billion people from 930 cities across the world would join this fight. They would turn off the lights of their homes and offices for an hour to tell the world leaders they want something done. Now!
Because they all believe that our only planet is worth saving.
India has committed to join Earth Hour this time. Delhi and Mumbai would be the first to join. The Governments of Delhi and Mumbai are supporting the cause. And so are corporates like- HP, Wipro, HSBC, Tetra Pak, CB Richard Ellis, ITC Welcom Group, Standard Chartered, Nokia, Google, Yes Bank, Intel, PVR Cinemas, The Taj Group, Welcom Heritage, Tata Indicom, Aircel, Canon, Satya Paul, ICICI and Fairwood Consultants.
20,000 people have already signed up on our website and 45,000 students in Delhi have already pledged support.
Climate change is real. It is happening now and it is happening in your city. Get up and fight it. Pledge to save the Earth. Turn out the lights for just one hour. And be a part of the world’s biggest movement against climate change.
For Support please sign up now!