By Jeannette I. Andrade
More than 700 megawatts (MW) were estimated to have been saved when residents and businesses in nearly 1,600 cities and towns around the country switched off their lights for an hour on the night of March 29.
Iconic landmarks around the world were plunged into darkness Saturday as lights went out in thousands of places as part of a global fundraising drive for local environmental projects.
By Jocelyn R. Uy
Turn off your lights. Light a candle in your window and say a prayer. Several Catholic bishops on Friday urged the faithful to join the celebration of Earth Hour on Saturday at 8:30 p.m. by doing these simple gestures to allow Mother Nature to have a much needed hour-long break.
By Niña P. Calleja
Around 1,000 people are expected to gather in Makati to mark Earth Hour 2014 on March 29 with a celebration to be spearheaded by the city government.
By Camille Anne M. Arcilla
More than just switching off lights, Earth Hour will go beyond its 60-minute environmental conservation campaign and raise funds to help fisherfolk who lost their livelihood to Super Typhoon Yolanda.