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The iconic Effiel Tower in the heart of Paris, France, went dark for Earth Hour 2013.
The world’s tallest and largest green building, the Taipei 101 in Taiwan, showed its support for the environment by switching off for Earth Hour 2013.
A breathtaking sight: lights out at the Acropolis during Earth Hour 2013 in contrast to the brightly lit city of Athens, Greece.
Here’s one for the weekend guys:
500 people have accepted Levi Hawken’s (of Nek Minnit fame) I Will If You Will challenge to make the switch to reusable plastic bottles and coffee cups to help keep the streets and oceans clean.
Here are some of our favourite outtakes from his completed challenge video.
Watch the full video here.
The Tower Bridge in London going dark for Earth Hour 2013.
Here’s a great GIF of the lights in Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbour switching off for Earth Hour 2013.
This year the campaign was supported by the likes of Eason Chan and cantopop superstar G.E.M. and the highest Earth Hour event in the world also happened on the roof top of the iconic Sky100 building!
The big switch off at the gorgeous Aspire Tower (aka Torch Tower) in Doha, Qatar, for Earth Hour 2013
How cool is this gif? It shows the Flame Towers in Azerbaijan switching off for Earth Hour 2013!
For the very first time, Russia’s Kremlin, the residence of the President, and Red Square switched off on March 23 at 8:30PM to celebrate Earth Hour’s largest conservation outcome so far.
Not only did Russia join in the symbolic show of support for Earth Hour through lights off at the Kremlin and Red Square, its citizens showed how they can positively impact the world we live in when WWF-Russia last year secured more than 120,000 signatures for a petition to pass a long-awaited law to protect the country’s seas from oil pollution.
Fuelled by that achievement, WWF’s Earth Hour in Russia then looked at forest protection and has now secured more than 100,000 signatures from Russian citizens to petition for amendments to the current forest legislation for Earth Hour 2013.
Earth Hour 2011 posters from China