On Saturday, March 28 at 8:30 p.m., Earth Hour has one simple request: For one hour, focus on what you'll do to help our planet for the rest of 2015. Turn off the lights, play guitar, go camping, break out the board games, hell - do in the dark. The possibilities are endless.
The Earth Hour international movement started in Sydney back in 2007, and has since grown to include more than 162 countries and territories worldwide. Rather than just being a one-hour event, Earth Hour has earned significant environmental impact, including sparking legislative changes.
We're proud to support Earth Hour as our Take Action this month, as part of our unwavering commitment to climate change. Learn more here.