Anneliese Dodds MEP

The South East's Voice in Europe

Earth Hour 2015

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Tomorrow Anneliese will switch off her lights between 20:30-21:30 for Earth Hour - a global event to raise awareness of the threat of climate change.

Last year, millions of people over more than 162 countries worldwide took part in Earth Hour, switching off their lights to show a commitment to a more sustainable future for the planet.

Anneliese said “I’m going to be switching off my lights for Earth Hour because it’s important to take action, however small, to show we care about climate change. Climate change is one of the greatest threats facing the next generation, and it’s vitally important that we act now before it’s too late. I strongly urge others to take part in Earth Hour – it’s a simple way to show your commitment to tackling climate change.”

You can pledge to take part in Earth Hour, and find out what others are doing to celebrate it here.

 

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