26 Mar, 2022 In EducationLifestyle & Travel

The world commemorates Earth Hour 2022

Light Bulb Off

Today, 26 March is a day around the world where for an hour, individuals, businesses and communities are encouraged to shut off the lights to show support to our Planet.


This annual global event is held every last Saturday of the month of March.

Earth Hour began in 2007 by WWF and its partners in Sydney, to raise awareness about Climate Change.

Now, Earth Hour is one of the world’s largest movements for the environment.

Over 10 years later, the climate crisis remains… which was made even more apparent by the sudden loss of various species from the face of our Planet.

Earth Hour strives to create awareness and ignite various debates on a global scale in order to crack down on the devastating effects of climate change on nature.

You can also be part of this event…

Tonight at 20:30 (Malta time), switch off your lights at home and log onto a virtual meeting by Earth Hour and other related events.

The Earth Hour website has all the information one can retrieve, in order to participate.

We’ve also gone on the University Campus in Msida, to ask students regarding Earth Hour 2022 and how they plan on contributing!


Will you be looking forward to this event?


Let us know via our socials!

Earth Hour 2022