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Earth Hour at Navy Pier

Navy Pier joins millions of people across the globe

On Saturday March 30th at 8:30 p.m., Navy Pier will switch off non-essential lights at the Pier for one hour to celebrate Earth Hour. By taking part in this global “lights out” event, we acknowledge our commitment to #Connect2Earth this Earth Hour.

About Earth Hour

Earth Hour began as a single-city initiative in Sydney, Australia back in 2007. It’s grown into a global movement for the environment with hundreds of millions of people from more than 7,000 cities and towns in over 188 countries and territories.

It is a global call to action to every individual, business and government throughout the world. The purpose is to shine a light on climate change and biodiversity loss. Also, the goal is to make it relevant to people and trigger action It is a call to take responsibility for our environmental impact and join a growing international community who are committed to leading global environmental change.

We hope you will join us to raise awareness of climate change and nature loss. You can switch off your lights and ignite conversations about why nature matters. It’s time to #Connect2Earth.

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