The hour is upon us to save the planet. Or at least the opportunity to get our vote out there to the worlds’ leaders is. And Leona Lewisis backing the campaign with a fight.
"You see these films about natural disasters and they are all Hollywood and crazy - but actually they are not that far from the truth about what is going to happen to the planet in generations to come. Something is happening and it's going to really affect us if we don't do something about it. My children will be affected, I think about that all the time,” said the British singer.
The WWF set up Earth Hour three years ago in a bid to cut CO2 emissions polluting the planet and to subsequently send out the message to World Leader’s that action needs to be taken.
Last year, nearly one billion people, in 4,100 cities across the globe turned out for the hour. Even the Burj Al Arab and the Abu Dhabi Tower of Commerce were in on the act.
"I've been asking everyone to switch off the lights. Campaigns like this really help and are effective,” says Leona. “It's about getting the message out."
Send your message to fight climate change. Turn your lights out for an hour at 8:30pm, March 27.