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See The World Go Dark for Earth Hour 2014



Iconic landmarks and cities went dark for one hour on Saturday to showcase their commitment to protecting the planet for this year’s Earth Hour.

Over 7,000 cities in 150 countries joined the movement with places like the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, Times Square in New York City, the Acropolis hill in Athens and even the Kremlin in Moscow participating

Organized by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), the movement began in 2007 in Sydney, Australia. Started by Earth Hour CEO and co-founder, Andy Ridley, its main goal was to raise awareness about climate change Read more…

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