Earth Hour: 8.30pm-9.30pm, Saturday 24th March.

March 20, 2018

Between 8.30pm and 9.30pm on Saturday 24 March, millions of people across the world will turn of their lights as part of WWF’s Earth Hour – the global celebration of our brilliant planet.

University of South Wales is supporting this year’s campaign. We’re committed to taking local action to help tackle global climate change.
On the night, we’ll be turning off all non-essential lights on our campuses during Earth Hour.

You can participate in the event and help us by switching off unnecessary items in your room, flat, house, office area during the hour.

Climate change will have a massive effect on our planet – including all the people, wildlife, and habitats that it supports. Taking part in Earth Hour helps to reduce energy use and associated emissions to the environment. This demonstrates that we are committed to reducing our environmental impact and care about the future of our planet.

So why not take part? You can sign up to Earth Hour as an individual by visiting Earth Hour Wales where you can also add yourself to the Earth Hour map.


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