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A record breaking 178 countries and territories took part in this year’s event, making it the biggest Earth Hour yet!
Millions of people and over 400 landmarks from around the world joined in to show they care about the future of our planet, including the Sydney Opera House, the Eiffel Tower, Big Ben and Houses of Parliament, and the Burj Khalifa.
Earth Hour 2017 will be on 25 March, but until then, there are plenty of other ways you can support WWF and do your bit for the planet.OTHER WAYS YOU CAN HELP
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EARTH HOUR HEROES
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EARTH HOUR – 8.30pm 25th March 2017
The date is set for the big 10 year anniversary of Earth Hour, make sure you’ve got Saturday 25th March in your diary! With the prime minister announcing yesterday that she is still committed to keeping climate action a priority, it’s now more important than ever to show your support and ensure that those promises…Read More
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Global wild tiger population increases
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