The City of Fort Lauderdale proudly supports Earth Hour 2014 and its mission to create a sustainable world. On Saturday, March 29, from 8:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m., communities everywhere will switch off lights for one hour to celebrate a commitment to the planet by leading a more sustainable lifestyle.
The City of Fort Lauderdale plans to participate by turning off non-essential lighting at City Hall. Where possible, we invite our neighbors to join us in an effort to preserve our planet for future generations. For more information on this World Wildlife Fund initiative, please visit www.earthhour.org
Small things we do every day can make a better future. Join Earth Hour and make your commitment to a better planet. © WWF-Canada/Frank Parhizgar
Tell Us: Will You Turn Off Your Lights March 29?
Every year, people, companies, buildings and cities around the world participate in Earth Hour by turning off their lights. This year millions of people, thousands of cities and hundreds of iconic buildings such as the Empire State Building and the Space Needle will participate by going dark for Earth Hour. With this simple act, we make a big statement: The world's environmental issues don't have to overwhelm us. We can tackle them, one hour at a time. Turn out your lights for Earth Hour on Saturday, March 29, at 8:30 pm and show your commitment to a better future. Sign up today to tell us you're participating!