WWF’s Earth Hour is the world’s largest display of hope for a bright future. See all the details of the global event here. From Edinburgh to Arbroath, New York to Newburgh, people all across the world will be switching out their lights for one hour to show they care about tackling climate change and protecting the natural world.
In Scotland thousands of people will switch off at the same time at iconic landmarks such as Edinburgh Castle, the Scottish Parliament, Falkirk Wheel, Kelvingrove Museum and the Wallace Monument.
In Fife why not join the Greener Kirkcaldy evening? Saturday 26th March, 8pm-9.30pm at the Greener Kirkcaldy Advice Centre
Greener Kirkcaldy’s invite says: “Put your environmental thoughts and wishes on our eco-friendly lanterns and watch them soar. If you can’t make it in person, but have a message, please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org or pop into our centre. All are welcome and there will be nibbles available. Come along to our celebration on March 26th from 8pm-9.30 pm, to show we have hope for a bright future.”