South Africans have been reminded to do their part for the planet and participate in this year’s Earth Hour.
CEO of WWF South Africa, Dr Morné du Plessis says the initiative is celebrated around the globe, every year, on the last Saturday of March.
Du Plessis says this year’s Earth Hour will be celebrated tomorrow evening at 20:30.
Our planet needs Nature Heroes 💪 and you’ve got the power in your hands this #EarthHour Virtual Spotlight 2021! 📱🌎 Use your power tomorrow 🕗8.30pm by sharing our must-watch film and placing the spotlight on Earth. #EarthHour2021 #Connect2Earth #ClimateCrisis #climate pic.twitter.com/9uy7LKtByg
— WWF South Africa (@WWFSouthAfrica) March 26, 2021