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#EarthHourZA 2017 has been the most inspiring yet! And it's because you keep showing us how much you care about our world.
Ahead of the Hour, the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town was lit up by our enthusiastic volunteers as they racked up signatures on our petition to Eskom:
Entrepreneur Thato Kgatlhanye joined the chorus for a renewable energy future:
WWF’s Shaheena Links and Nabeelah Khan demonstrate the power of collective action for Earth Hour.
Across the country, in Johannesburg, the College of Digital Photography innovated Earth Hour by using it as a gateway to teach its students about painting with light. The results were amazing:
Earth Hour 2017 supporters in Johannesburg don the WWF panda mask. Credit: College of Digital Photography
Students at the College of Digital Photography in Johannesburg experiment with painting with light for #EarthHourZA. Credit: College of Digital Photography
A young girl signs WWF-SA's petition to Eskom for #EarthHourZA 2017
Thank you South Africa for using your power for #EarthHourZA!