“地球一小时”是一年一度的盛会，通常在3月的最后一个星期六晚上举行，全世界有数百万人和数千家企业关灯并关闭大多数电器以庆祝可持续发展，并表示他们支持有助于解决问题的战略。全球暖化。第一个地球一小时：来自地球一小时的行动呼吁受到了2007年3月31日在澳大利亚悉尼举行的示威活动的启发，当时超过220万悉尼居民和2,100多家企业关掉了灯和非必要的电器一小时就全球变暖的主要贡献者做出有力的声明：燃煤电力。整个城市的能源消耗减少了10.2％。诸如悉尼歌剧院等全球偶像变暗，婚礼由烛光举行，全世界都注意到了。 2007年开始的一个城市反对全球变暖的戏剧性立场已成为全球运动。由世界自然基金会赞助的世界自然基金会 – 一个旨在每年减少5％的发电温室气体排放的保护组织 – 地球一小时在世界范围内越来越多的城市，国家，企业和个人正式参与。仅仅一年之后，2008年，“地球一小时”成为一项全球运动，在35个国家和地区有超过5000万人参加。诸如悉尼海港大桥，多伦多加拿大国家电视塔，旧金山金门大桥和罗马斗兽场等全球地标都是希望和可持续发展的无声黑暗象征。 2009年3月，数亿人参加了第三个地球一小时。 88个国家和地区的4000多个城市通过关灯来承诺支持这个星球。 2010年，“地球一小时”再次增长，128个国家和地区加入了气候行动的全球事业。南极洲各大洲的标志性建筑和地标，以及来自几乎所有国家和人们生活的人们都被关闭以表示他们的支持。 2011年，“地球一小时”为年度活动增添了新的内容，敦促参与者“超越时间”，致力于至少一项环保行动，这些行动可以全年持续，有助于让世界变得更美好。当然，目标是鼓励人们每天减少能量消耗，而不是每晚在黑暗中坐一小时，而是采取可以产生戏剧性效果的简单步骤。
“Earth Hour” is an annual event, usually held on the last Saturday night in March. Millions of people and thousands of companies around the world turn off lights and turn off most appliances to celebrate sustainable development. They support strategies that help solve problems. global warming. The first Earth Hour: One hour of action calls from Earth was inspired by demonstrations held in Sydney, Australia on March 31, 2007, when more than 2.2 million Sydney residents and more than 2,100 companies turned off lights and unnecessary The appliance made a strong statement on the main contributors to global warming in an hour: coal-fired power. The energy consumption of the entire city has been reduced by 10.2%. Global idols such as the Sydney Opera House have become darker, weddings have been held by candlelight, and the world has noticed it. The dramatic position of a city against global warming that began in 2007 has become a global movement. WWF, sponsored by WWF – a conservation organization that aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 5% per year – Earth is one hour in the world, with more and more cities, countries, businesses and individuals participating formally. Just one year later, in 2008, Earth Hour became a global sport with more than 50 million people in 35 countries and regions. Global landmarks such as the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the Toronto CN Tower, the San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge and the Colosseum are all silent and dark symbols of hope and sustainability. In March 2009, hundreds of millions of people participated in the third Earth for an hour. More than 4,000 cities in 88 countries and regions have promised to support the planet by turning off the lights. In 2010, “Earth Hour” grew again, and 128 countries and regions joined the global cause of Climate Action. The landmarks and landmarks of all continents of Antarctica, as well as people from almost all countries and people’s lives, were shut down to show their support. In 2011, Earth Hour added new content to the annual event, urging participants to “beyond time” and commit to at least one environmental action that can continue throughout the year to help make the world a better place. Of course, the goal is to encourage people to reduce energy consumption every day instead of sitting in the dark for one hour every night, but to take simple steps that can produce dramatic effects.