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Earth Hour: Go dark for the planet

On March 28 at 8.30 p.m it’s time to turn out the lights during Earth Hour 2020. This WWF-initiated event has made people take action on environmental issues and protect the planet, since 2007.

The very first Earth Hour took place in Sydney, Australia, and since then it has inspired individuals and organisations in 188 countries to take action for the environment. A one-hour lights out event that make people around the world come together to support efforts to tackle climate change.

Make yet a green statement!

Since Multicopy and Stora Enso are committed to sustainability and taking care of the planet, we are big fans of Earth Hour. Please join us in going dark for forests, oceans and wildlife.

On the WWF website you can get more information and sign up to receive mobile updates on Earth Hour 2020 as well as other ways to help the cause of WWF.

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