Earth Hour 2018 will take place on Saturday 24 March at 8:30 p.m. local time. Every year since it's induction, people around the globe commit to turning off the lights for one hour.
A performance by acappella group Just Vocal Band will be held in the main lobby of The Westin Taipei to attract guests to congregate in the area, ensuring the lights are off in their rooms.
Earth Hour 2018 is tomorrow March 24 and everyone around the world is asked to turn off their electric lights between 8:30 and 9:30 pm for the environment.
What and when is Earth Hour?
To take a look at the WWF's climate change aims, head here.
The number of Portuguese municipalities joining this 11th edition of the Earth Hour is lower than that 144 in the 2017 edition, the largest number ever in Portugal.
"Earth Hour is run primarily by volunteer effort and we are still in need of several volunteers for the event".
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In 2010 ACT on Campus member Rick Giles told TV3's Sunrise New Zealanders that we should not celebrate Earth Hour as this will mark the uses petroleum candles and is in his view this one is the anti-technology.
Since it first began in Sydney Australia in 2007, the number of countries taking part in Earth Hour has grown to 172.
"Funds raised for Earth Hour are used to support Greenrock's community projects and programs which help to create a more sustainable Bermuda".
"Participation in Earth Hour symbolises a commitment to change beyond the hour", the website reads.
Speaking before the switch-off, Laila Mostafa Abdullatif, director-general of EWS-WWF said this year's Earth Hour was especially important due to it coinciding with the Year of Sheikh Zayed. "Let us join the entire world as it shines a light upon the importance of climate action by going dark", he said.
Sydneysider Dianna Ali, who was having dinner with family as the lights went off in the city, said the initiative had made her more aware of the impact of her lifestyle on the planet's health.