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The vast and open grasslands of the Mau Mara Serengeti are home to one of the richest collections of wildlife in the world including giraffe, cheetah, African elephant, rhino, lion and wildebeest.
But this incredible landscape also supports the livelihoods of more than one million people, from the many communities who depend on the natural resources around them to the semi-nomadic Maasai, who have long lived in harmony with nature. It's easy to forget how fragile our brilliant planet is, yet the delicate balance of life in the Mara is under immense pressure. Right now we have a unique opportunity to protect this fragile environment before it's too late…
It's your chance to take action to protect our planet - not just for one hour, but every day.
Because a healthy planet isn't just good for wildlife, it's essential for us all. It's easy to forget how much we depend on it for food, fuel, water, fresh air...and the truth is, our modern lifestyles have been taking a toll. If everyone in the world lived like we do in the UK, we'd need 3 planets to support us but by making small changes every day we make our daily lives more sustainable.Sign up to Earth Hour