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Earth Hour arrives with "The Greatest Hour for Earth"

Next Saturday, March 25 at 8:30 pm, Earth Hour will mobilize millions of people worldwide to give an hour for Earth. The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) warns that the next seven years will be crucial to halting climate change and the irreversible loss of nature.
Join the biggest hour for Earth!   Recognized as the world's largest mobilization against climate change and in defense of stunning, Earth Hour 2023 seeks to motivate millions of people from more than 190 countries, including Peru, to reflect on the actions that can be done to improve the only home we have.
With the slogan 'the Greatest Hour for Earth', the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) invokes the institutions, organizations, academies, companies and citizens of Peru and the world so that next Saturday, March 25 at 8:30 pm, turn off their lights and give an hour for the Earth,  Spending 60 minutes doing something positive for our planet.
The also called 'global blackout' will allow you to 'unplug' and take a break from your routine and everyday distractions, before deciding what you can do to restore the planet. 
Whether it's cleaning the beach, planting trees, cooking dinner with sustainable ingredients, or gathering friends for Earth Hour, anyone, anywhere, can join the Greatest Hour for Earth.
In this way, the world's largest environmental campaign will be the focus of unmissable global attention to warn of the great dangers of the loss of nature and climate change.
At the same time, Earth Hour 2023 will also serve as a powerful reminder of the importance of our planet, the need to protect it, and the little time we have to do.

Earth Hour 2023 comes on the heels of the historic Kunming-Montreal Agreement at COP15, which in December last year committed the world to halting and reversing biodiversity loss by 2030.
The next seven years are crucial to ensure that the decade ends with more nature and biodiversity than when it began, not less, and that we stay below the 1.5°C climate threshold needed to avoid irreversible damage to our planet.
That's why Earth Hour 2023 is more necessary than ever, to inspire, create change and make millions more notice.
To that end, all countries are already gearing up for Earth Hour 2023, with hundreds of local celebrities showing their support for 'The Biggest Hour', along with a series of events taking place on 25 March.
For example, WWF-Mongolia will hold a sustainable fashion show that will take place with local fashion designers, featuring recycled and redesigned clothing.
Meanwhile, WWF-Latvia will once again host its traditional Earth Hour concert along with several nature walks with its partners and supporters.
On the other hand, in Peru through the district municipalities, youth organizations and companies, they will hold face-to-face events open to the public in different parts of the country, to learn more visit the following link: https://www.wwf.org.pe/agendaoficialLHDP2023
Kirsten Schuijt, Director General of WWF International, said: "Earth Hour is a fantastic celebration of people, planet and nature, and this year we want as many people as possible to feel inspired and empowered to participate, however small".
Earth HOUR IN 2030

Since its inception in 2007, Earth Hour has highlighted the problems of climate change and nature loss, reaching more than 190 countries and territories and millions of people worldwide.
Over the course of more than a decade, Earth Hour featured many of the world's most iconic places turning off their lights, from the London Eye in England to the Eiffel Tower in France and the Colosseum in Italy.  Now in its seventeenth year and after being known worldwide as "the global blackout" in support of the Earth, WWF intensifies actions this 2023, breathing new life into the Earth Hour movement and mission.
That's why Earth Hour renews its identity, revitalizing the power of the hour to achieve a  positive world for nature, and  in order to meet the goal of the year 2030 ever closer, with a new sense of purpose and urgency to save the only home we have.