Starting in Samoa and ending 24 hours later in The Cook Islands, people in 184 countries will send a message calling for action to protect the planet by tackling climate change, WWF said.
This year's Earth Hour switch-off event will be held on Saturday night, from 8:30 p.m.to 9:30 p.m., with the celebration focusing on the youth's role as future climate leaders.
At 8:30 p.m. your local time, turn off the lights for an hour and, through Facebook Live or a live channel of your choice, turn up the tunes using #EarthHourLive. Celebrities such as Maroon 5 are supporting the activity.
"This includes Coastlands Primary School, whose pupil, Rebecca, won the UK-wide Earth Hour poetry competition". "When individuals unite, the power of the collective can create a massive impact as we have seen with Earth Hour observations over the past decade", he added.
A combination photo shows the Tokyo Tower before (L) and after its lights were switched off for Earth Hour in Tokyo, Japan March 25, 2017.
The Empire State Building, Space Needle, Golden Gate Bridge, the Colosseum in Rome, the Pyramids of Egypt, the Sydney Opera House and the EIffel Tower are among the many famous landmarks that will go dark.
This year aims to build awareness and interest on the need for rooftop solar installation in consonance with the governments vision for renewable energy, and impact positive conservation action to help mitigate climate change.
Governor, N.N Vohra issued a special message wherein he led this campaign by putting off all the non-essential lights at Raj Bhavan Jammu during Earth Hour.
A year ago was a milestone if stats are to be compared.
Today could be the day to show that people have not forgotten the commitment to secure the life of the next generations and of all living beings.
"We believe it is important to demonstrate climate action leadership here in Boulder". This year's Earth Hour saw participation from the top leadership of the State as well as from all the sections of the society.