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The science is clear; we can’t go on in the same way! WWF’s Earth Hour has for years been uniting cities, businesses and individuals across the world in the need for action on climate change. For one hour on Saturday 28th March at 8.30pm Earth Hour invites the world to use #yourpower and unite behind the global climate movement.
2015 is a big year! In December, world leaders will descend on Paris to forge an international agreement to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and keep global warming below 2º C. This is only going to happen if the world tells our leaders that there is no alternative but to take action to move the global economy towards 100% renewables by 2050. This year, Earth Hour presents a unique opportunity to come together to take part in a moment of global action to demonstrate ahead of Paris that 2015 can be the year that we make the change.
2015 will determine whether or not the world is capable of coming together to fight global climate change. Our policy makers have an opportunity to put the world on a path towards a more stable climate. Because if it’s melted it’s ruined…
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