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Earth Hour 2015

Millions of people across in more than 7,000 cities and in 172 countries turned off lights emblematic buildings on March 28, 2015, for the 'Earth Hour', a global event to warn of the dangers of climate change.

Earth Hour 2015
Employees of the Jumeirah Messilah Beach Hotel stand next to candles forming the number '60' during the Earth Hour on March 28, 2015 in Kuwait city. Thousands of cities around the world turned off lights emblematic buildings during the 'Earth Hour', a global event to warn of the dangers of climate change. (AFP/Getty Images)
Earth Hour 2015
Employees of the Jumeirah Messilah Beach Hotel stand next to candles forming the number '60' during the Earth Hour on March 28, 2015 in Kuwait city. Thousands of cities around the world turned off lights emblematic buildings during the 'Earth Hour', a global event to warn of the dangers of climate change. (AFP/Getty Images)
Earth Hour 2015
People light candles during Earth Hour environment campaign at the Jardin Plaza mall in Cali, Valle del Cauca department, Colombia, on March 28, 2015. Millions are expected to take part around the world in the annual event organised by conservation group WWF, with hundreds of well-known sights set to plunge into darkness. (AFP/Getty Images)
Earth Hour 2015
A picture taken on March 28, 2015 in central London shows The London Eye in central London illuminated ahead of Earth Hour campaign. Millions are expected to take part around the world in the annual event organised by conservation group WWF, with hundreds of well-known sights set to plunge into darkness. (AFP/Getty Images)
Earth Hour 2015
St Peter's Basilica is seen before the lights are turned off as part of the Earth Hour campaign on March 28, 2015 at the Vatican. Millions are expected to take part around the world in the annual event organised by conservation group WWF, with hundreds of well-known sights set to plunge into darkness. (AFP/Getty Images)
Earth Hour 2015
A picture taken on March 28, 2015 in central London shows the Houses of Parliament before being submerged into darkness for the Earth Hour environmental campaign. Millions are expected to take part around the world in the annual event organised by conservation group WWF, with hundreds of well-known sights set to plunge into darkness. (AFP/Getty Images)
Earth Hour 2015
A picture taken on March 28, 2015 in Ukrainian capital of Kiev shows the Gulliver building being submerged into darkness for the Earth Hour environmental campaign. Millions are expected to take part around the world in the annual event organised by conservation group WWF, with hundreds of well-known sights set to plunge into darkness. (AFP/Getty Images)
Earth Hour 2015
People light candles to form the number 60 in front of the Vilnius town hall as it stands unilluminated during the Earth Hour in Vilnius on March 28, 2015. Millions are expected to take part around the world in the annual event organised by environment conservation group WWF, with hundreds of well-known sights including the Eiffel Tower in Paris and the Seattle Space Needle set to plunge into darkness for an hour to highlight the plight of the planet. (AFP/Getty Images)