Participation in Earth Hour declining


On Saturday March 19 at 8:30 p.m., people all over the world turned off lights in their homes and businesses for an hour to conserve power. This annual global event, which occurs in March, is known as Earth Hour. It got off to a strong start in Sydney, Australia in 2007. However, over time, the number of people participating and the amount of MW (megawatts) saved has decreased. This infographic compares statistics on Earth Hour in Canada, from 2013 to last year.

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