Lights out in Fife for Earth Hour 2017, urges Council
Earth Hour, which is run by WWF (World Wildlife Fund), will see cities, communities and landmarks across the globe take part in the initiative, and Fife Council is urging Fifers to do the same.
On Saturday, 25 March at 8.30pm, thousands of people from across Scotland will join millions around the world in turning off their lights for one hour in a huge, symbolic show of support for action on climate change, and for a more sustainable future.
Landmarks including Edinburgh Castle, The Kelpies and Forth Rail Bridge will lead Scotland’s Earth Hour switch-off – joining global landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower, Empire State Building, and Sydney Opera House.
Fife Council says it’s playing its part by signing up to Earth Hour 2017 and plans to turn off the lights in key buildings in the largest towns in Fife for one hour.
These buildings are:
Bankhead Central, Glenrothes
Fife House, Glenrothes
Town House, Kirkcaldy
City Chambers, Dunfermline
County Buildings, Cupar