Five ways you can celebrate Earth Hour when you're stuck indoors during the Coronavirus pandemic
- You can observe
Earth Hourtonight, March 28, by switching off all non-essential lights from 8:30 pm to 9:30 pm.
- With most people stuck indoors due to the Coronavirus pandemic, Earth Hour is going digital this year.
- Here are five ways that you celebrate Earth Hour and make it special without having to leave the house.
Indian cricketer Rohit Sharma also took to Twitter asking people to switch off their lights during these challenging times and do their part of the environment.
These are challenging times & while we #stayathome, we still can do our bit to help our planet recover. See the thi… https://t.co/531sDAZb0W— Rohit Sharma (@ImRo45) 1585377212000
This year, Earth Hour is going digital. They have a bunch of shows and movies streaming on which you can tune into using your phone — including classes in climate change by 17-year old environmentalist Greta Thunberg.
You can also use the time to hone your skills or spend some quality time with your family or loved ones.
Here are five ways you can kill the time and stay safe during the Coronavirus lock down:
Switch off your lights for an hour
Plan a romantic candle light dinner
It's a good time to practice your low light photography
Dance the night way
Shadow puppet show for the kids
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