31 Mar Cities Go Dark, See How the World Participated in Earth Hour
Organized by World Wide Fund for Nature WWF and started in Sydney in 2007, Earth Hour has spread to more than 180 countries.
See how countries from the around the world celebrated this year.
The president of Ireland tweeted:
— President of Ireland (@PresidentIRL) 30 March 2019
🇬🇧 United Kingdom:
— Formula Lunch (@FormulaLunch) 30 March 2019
Ceremony in connection with #EarthHour2019 being observed at Parliament House in Islamabad. The lights of the Parliament have been switched off at 8:30pm and will continue till 9:30pm pic.twitter.com/iA5Lw5KBNN
— Radio Pakistan (@RadioPakistan) 30 March 2019
— People’s Daily, China (@PDChina) 31 March 2019
— RitaFan (@RitaFan2) 30 March 2019
The Sydney Opera House and the Harbour Bridge are plunged into darkness for an hour as part of a global campaign to raise awareness about climate change and its impact on the planet’s vanishing biodiversity#EarthHour2019 https://t.co/d5wFSw6YUZ
— AFP news agency (@AFP) 30 March 2019
🇺🇸 United States of America
— Danthetruckguy (@danthetruckguy) 31 March 2019
Is your country on this list? If not, let us know how your country marked the Earth Hour Day 2019 in the comments below and we will update this list.