Since the beginning of 2007, “earth hour” It has become one of the world’s biggest movements to protect the environment. Every year, millions of people in more than 190 countries and regions join this event by turning on their lights for an hour to express concern about climate change and a commitment to immediate action to protect biodiversity and nature, which are most seriously affected by man. action
The challenge of climate change is to mitigate nature’s win, but we’re also killing it. / Hildegard
In addition to being a call to action, turning on the light for an hour also reduces energy consumption and helps reduce the amount of emissions that are generated into the atmosphere. In the last 50 years we have lost more than 50% of biodiversity, and in Latin America the problem is even greater, according to the study called “Live Planet” by WWF. We are putting our planet at risk and we need to protect it urgently, he said Ferney Diazconvening and sustainability coordinator of WWF Colombia.
“earth hour” It is important to remember that each of us has an important role to play in the fight against climate change and the loss of biodiversity. We must work together to build a sustainable future and share the care of the planet. By reflecting the lights for an hour, we can send a strong message and help protect the environment.
“earth hour” This will be done today, Saturday, March 25, 8:30 pm and until 9:30 a.m. Join this global movement and turn off the lights for one hour to demonstrate your interest in the environment and biodiversity.
Some ideas to practice during Earth Hour;
Take out the trash, cook with sustainable food, plant a tree, walk through the park, reduce generation, stop wasting food, use a bicycle, save water at all times, use clean energy, demand sanctions from governments for everything that pollutes not only plastic, but what we use is to buy, investigate the process of articles and use and buy what is of least importance.
Today throughout the day you can participate and encourage others to be a part ““Earth Hour”Using the hashtag #LaHoraDelPlaneta
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