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It's about more than just the hour...
You switched off in March, but now’s your chance to make a difference for the rest of the year.
From simple lifestyle changes to supporting WWF’s wider work, there’s plenty you can do to help protect the future of our brilliant planet.
Go beyond the hour
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Make a difference beyond the hour
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