Famous global landmarks fell dark for 60 minutes to mark Earth Hour, a campaign urging awareness and action on climate change.Read the full story ›
Iconic buildings from Big Ben to St Basil's in Moscow and the Sydney Opera House turned out the lights to raise awareness of the environmentRead the full story ›
The lights on some of the world's most iconic buildings have started going dark as the first countries mark Earth Hour.Read the full story ›
Buckingham Palace, London's Tower Bridge, Old Trafford and Big Ben are taking part in the event to raise awareness about climate change.Read the full story ›
Cities across the world switched off their lights to mark this year's 'Earth Hour' movement on Saturday.Read the full story ›
One Times Square switched off its iconic lights, to mark Earth Hour this evening. Landmarks across the globe turned off their lights at 8.30pm local time in a show of support for renewable energy.
New York's iconic Times Square has turned its lights out to mark Earth Hour, a global initiative raising awareness on climate change.
The lights have gone out in the Argentinian capital of Buenos Aires, as the last few countries mark Earth Hour today.
The United Nations headquarters in New York has switched off its lights as the city went dark for Earth Hour. The UN took part in the initiative alongside the WWF.