“Earth Hour has grown in the past decade from a symbolic switch-off event in Sydney, Australia to the world’s largest open-sourced environmental campaign, catalyzing environmental and social projects with tangible outcomes while mobilizing hundreds of millions of people in over 7,000 cities and 176 countries,” WWF said.
2017 Earth Hour seeks more youth climate action
MANILA -This year's Earth Hour celebration on Saturday aims to further promote youth participation in efforts to address climate change. Earth Hour's parent organization, the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), believes youth participation is essential to the campaign against climate change, as today's youngsters will be tomorrow's leaders.
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