Will you mark Earth Hour next weekend?

Will you mark Earth Hour next weekend?
Lights are due to be switched off around the globe on March 27 as part of what could be the biggest Earth Hour ever. Will you be turning off your electrics too?
Yes
No
I'll try to get involved

You need to be logged in to make a comment. Don't have an account? Set one up right now in seconds!


Latest News

The Colne Valley Western Slopes project will consist of 127 hectares of new chalk grassland, woodland, wood pasture and wetland habitatsThe HS2 project team has announced plans to create more than 120 hectares of new carbon-sequestering grassland, woodland and wetland habitats that will reuse soil and chalk from tunnel excavations.
BooHoo group has faced several allegations of worker underpayment in recent months, relating to factories in Leicester, where some 40% of its product lines are madeUS authorities have reportedly launched an investigation into online fast-fashion giant Boohoo Group's supply chain practices, following allegations of worker exploitation at supplier factories in Leicester.
In 2019, the brewer confirmed that efforts to halve its direct (Scope 1) and power-related (Scope 2) greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, against a 2016 baseline, by 2025 had been approved by the SBTiThe Molson Coors Beverage Company is rolling out new glass beer bottles that have reduced the carbon emissions associated with production by up to 90%.
» UK Government has 'no plan' for reaching net-zero, MPs warn
» Henkel targets climate positivity as Nokia unveils 1.5C science-based targets
» Final few days for edie readers to take annual flagship leadership survey
» New report details how businesses can help deliver sustainable cities and communities post-Covid-19
» Coty partners with LanzaTech to use captured carbon in perfumes