By Express News ServiceKOCHI: For over a decade, monuments, historical buildings and landmarks across the country have celebrated Earth Hour by switching off non-essential lights for an hour on the last Saturday of March.
As the world grapples with the Covid-19 pandemic, Earth Hour 2020 is set to be celebrated digitally by WWF on Saturday between 8.30pm and 9.30pm.
With impactful social media challenges, WWF India is urging people to pledge to protect the planet and its amazing biodiversity.
Take the ‘Step-up for the planet challenge’: Participants can come up with innovative dance moves for the specially-created Earth Hour track by Grammy award composer, Ricky Kej.
We urge you to observe Earth Hour from the safety of your homes,” said Ravi Singh, secretary-general and CEO, WWF India.
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