For the past six years, millions of people around the world have been turning off their lights for one hour to make a collective statement on climate protection in support of WWF’s Earth Hour. The hope has been, and continues to be, that symbolically taking action for one hour out of environmental concern will drive big and small changes beyond that hour to address climate change challenges.
Hour, which took place this year in more than 7,000 cities and towns across 152
countries on Saturday, March 23, from 8:30-9:30 p.m. in each of their respective time zones, has inspired a global
community and also inspired the
At Coca-Cola, we recognize climate change as one of the most critical challenges facing the planet, with potential impacts on biodiversity, water resources, public health and agriculture. Thus, we have been working to make measured changes in our operations and value chain to improve our overall efficiency and minimize our impact. If you’re interested in learning more about our efforts, you can read about it in our most recent Sustainability Report.
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