After today’s elections, Nigerians will be joining the rest of the world to switch off their lights for one hour in a global fight against climate change. Since it was first launched in 2007, hundreds of thousands of businesses, governments and organisations have stepped forward to lead and commit to Earth Hour. This year’s activity is to empower rural communities in Zamfara, Sokoto, Bauchi, Kano and Taraba. You too can #UseYourPower at Earth Hour by turning off your lights from 8.30-9.30pm. Click here to join or find find out more.
Join other Nigerian based campaigners close to you.
Transcorp Hilton, Maitama
“Earth Hour Garden” Opp the State House of Assembly/Ikeja City Mall , Alausa
Kwararafa University, Wukari, Taraba
Le Meridien Ogeyi Place, G.R.A. Phase II
Youth House, Plot 120, Akpakpara Street, Benin City
The United Nations will also turn off the lights at its headquarters complex for one hour, joining individuals, communities, businesses and landmarks across more than 7,000 cities and 172 countries in this symbolic show of support for people and planet, and to focus attention on people-driven solutions to tackling climate change and building a bright, sustainable future for all.
Earth Hour has become an annual event, mobilizing hundreds of millions of individuals to participate and growing to become the world’s largest grassroots movement for the environment.