At 8.30 pm on March 28, people around the world will turn their lights off for one hour in a universal effort to show that it is possible to take action on global warming.

Coordinated by the World Wildlife Fund and supported in Ireland by Friends of the Irish Environment, Earth Hour is set to become the world's biggest climate change initiatives - with a goal of 1000 cities and 1,000,000,000 people.

Last year Ireland was alone in the EU in supporting the effort. This year, 74 countries have signed up to date - including, for the first time, Belfast, London, and Paris - which announced this week that the Eiffel tower will join the world's landmarks in going dark for Earth Hour.

See Our Earth Hour Page and download the Poster ‘VOTE EARTH' | Read about the launch in the News of the World |  Press Release | Sign up to be counted.


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