Earth Hour is an annual global campaign initiated by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF). This year is the 13th year that Vietnam has participated in responding to this campaign. (Photo: THANH DAT)

People walking on the Hoan Kiem Lake pedestrian street switch off their lights to respond to Earth Hour 2022. (Photo: THANH DAT)

Some young people record the moment of Earth Hour 2022 together. (Photo: THANH DAT)

The event "Switching off the lights" in response to the Earth Hour 2022 Campaign officially took place in 63 provinces and cities across the country from 20:30 to 21:30 on March 26. (Photo: THANH DAT)

Switching off the lights for 60 minutes to … shape the future

Accordingly, through small actions such as switching off lights and non-essential electronic devices, or by limiting the use of personal vehicles to save gasoline and oil, reducing emissions and picking up trash, replacing the use of plastic bags with other environmentally friendly products, each of us has contributed significantly to making the earth cleaner.

Restaurants in the Hanoi area respond to Earth Hour 2022 by switching off the lights at each dining table. (Photo: THANH DAT)

Young people performing art on the pedestrian street in Hoan Kiem Lake area without lights in response to Earth Hour 2022. (Photo: THANH DAT)

Trang Tien Plaza trade centre switches off the electricity to respond to Earth Hour 2022. (Photo: THANH DAT)

According to the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, the 60 minutes of switching off lights during Earth Hour is a practical action for the environment, contributing to creating a future for a green and sustainable Vietnam. (Photo: THANH DAT)

Join hands to respond to Earth Hour 2022. (Photo: THANH DAT)