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Building a future in which people live in harmony with nature.
Building a future in which people live in harmony with nature.

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It's 8.30pm in Cook Islands and French Polynesia and that means it's time for the closing ceremony of #EarthHour 2017!

A huge thank you to everyone who has taken part... it's been a truly global event with millions of people coming together to #changeclimatechange!

To keep shining a light on climate action, share your stories and photos of how you spent your Earth Hour below.

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Check out some of Indonesia's #EarthHour 2017 moments! Visit earthhour.org/live for more real-time updates :) http://ow.ly/i/ta2S5 http://ow.ly/i/ta2Sd
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Inspiring. Millions of people are coming together to #changeclimatechange! http://earthhour.org/live

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#EarthHour 2017 has officially begun and Samoa is the first country to celebrate!
Stay tuned over the next 24 hours as we bring you updates from near you... And don't forget to share what you're doing to celebrate at 8.30pm.
Because the future starts today, let's #changeclimatechange!

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It's not about what country you're from, it's about what planet you're from.
Join the world for #EarthHour 2017 today at 8:30pm wherever you are!

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Which companies kept their promise to be 100% responsible on palm oil use by 2015 & which didn't? #PalmOilScorecard http://palmoilscorecard.panda.org/
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Have you seen the news about the Iberian lynx? The population is up to more than 400!

But it’s not good news everywhere - in Doñana National Park, the population is actually declining. This already fragile environment is under threat from multiple sources such as illegal farms and wells stealing the precious water of the area.
Look out soon when we’re going to be launching a new way for you to help these incredible animals!
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As one of the rarest and most elusive species in the world, very few people have seen an Iberian lynx in the wild.

But thanks to camera traps, the Iberian lynx is one of the most closely monitored species in the world. Find out more: http://wwf.is/ibeB304698p
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The Iberian lynx is the world’s most endangered cat.

In 2002, there were fewer than 100 individuals in the wild, but after years of work there are now over 400! But there is so much more to do. http://wwf.is/CBSY3045cJs
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While there was fantastic news for the giant panda in the latest IUCN Red List of Threatened Species update, it sadly wasn’t good news for all animals.

This beautiful primate is a Grauer’s gorilla. They are now one step closer to extinction, having been declared Critically Endangered. Find out more: http://wwf.is/VLNJ303TTQJ
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