Switch off for Earth Hour this Saturday
Residents across Clydesdale are being asked to take part in this year’s Earth Houron Saturday.
Turning off all non-essential electric lights for one hour from 8.30pm
is an act of unity in raising climate change awareness.
Earth Hour is shining a ‘virtual spotlight’ on the event by posting a video that it hopes to make the most watched in the world on March 27. Find out more at www.earthhour.org.
Claudia Beamish MSP, Scottish Labour’s spokeswoman for the
COP26 Climate Change Summit, said: “Let’s show we care about climate change for ourselves, our children and those who did least to create global warming but are suffering the most on our planet .”