Are you in for Earth Hour? All you have to do is turn off your lights for one hour on Saturday, March 28 at 8:30 p.m., and you'll be part of the largest global turn-off in history. Hundreds of millions of people around the world will participate in Earth Hour, making it the first global vote for action on climate change. To date, 1500 cities around the world (including 100 cities in the U.S.) have committed to turning off their lights for Earth Hour. Here are a few of the thousands of global icons that will turn off their lights to commemorate Earth Hour:

  • The Las Vegas Strip, including the Luxor
  • U.N. headquarters building
  • Coca Cola digital billboard in Times Square
  • Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco
  • Empire State, Time Warner Center and NY Life buildings in New York
  • Nashville’s Honkytonks
  • Santa Monica Pier and ferris wheel
  • Capitol Records building in L.A.
  • St. Louis Gateway Arch
  • Sears Tower in Chicago
  • Bank of America Plaza in Atlanta
  • Zakim Bridge in Boston
  • National Theater in Washington, D.C.
  • Eiffel Tower and Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris
  • Sydney Opera House
  • Christ the Redeemer in Rio de Janeiro
  • Niagara Falls
  • Stockholm Castle
  • Hong Kong’s Symphony of Lights and Taipei 101
  • Burj Dubai and Burj Al Arab
  • Moscow State University
  • Coca-Cola sign at Piccadilly Circus and London Eye
  • King Hussains Mosque in Jordan
  • Christchurch Cathedral in New Zealand
  • Victoria Square Dome in Ireland
  • Edinburgh Castle in Scotland
  • Table Mountain in South Africa
Get turned off for Earth Hour
Are you in for the largest global turnoff in history?