June 5, 2023


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Earth Hour 2023. What time does it strike? The lights go out all over the world

Earth Hour is a global social initiative to protect the environment. On March 25 at 20:30, as an expression of concern for our planet, the biodiversity of lands, seas and oceans around the world will turn off the lights. The work is symbolic.

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Earth Hour 2023. Biodiversity Hour

time Because the Earth is to provoke people to think about the state of the planet, but also to motivate them to take action to save it. This year’s edition is dedicated to protecting and restoring biodiversity. What does biodiversity actually mean? According to the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), “It is the richness and diversity of genes, species, habitats, ecosystems and all life on Earth.” “Biodiversity has a positive effect on the functioning of ecosystems, thanks to which they become more stable, and thus resistant to external influences such as droughts, floods, fires and pollution” – we read. According to a WWF report, over the past 50 years, as a result of human expansion, the number of animal species has decreased by 69 percent.

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This is the seventeenth edition. what should be done? turn off the light

Earth Hour has been connecting people around the world since 2007. In previous editions, as many as 10,400 monuments and memorials, including the Eiffel Tower in Paris, the Colosseum in Rome, the Pyramids of Giza and the Empire State Building in New York, were gone. We can all get in on the action. Just turn the light in house for 60 minutes. You can also sign a petition addressed to Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki. WWF calls for protection of new areas in Poland. The petition is available at this link >>>>

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