Spain switches off the lights for Earth Hour

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SPAIN was one of 172 countries to switch off lights around the planet as part of the World Wide Fund for Nature’s (WWF) Earth Hour project.

Earth Hour is a yearly event to highlight climate change and how we can positively contribute to reducing global emissions.  

Lights were switched off in homes and at major national monuments across the planet, with national sites such as the Eiffel Tower and the Sydney Harbour Bridge going dark for an hour.

In Spain, Madrid’s royal palace and the bridge in Ronda switched off the electricity, highlighting Spain’s commitment to the global environment.

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