Teleperformance will once again turn off the lights to observe the annual Earth Hour

This year, Teleperformance will once again turn off the lights to observe the annual Earth Hour.

With participants coming from over 170 countries, Earth Hour is a global environmental movement that was started by the World Wide Fund (WWF) in Sydney last 2007. Now on its 11th year, Earth Hour has become a worldwide tradition—a tradition that has inspired the world to turn off the lights for an hour in order to promote awareness on climate change and how it is affecting all of us. Last year, Earth Hour had a massive reception, and it just goes to show how the event has made the world united in taking a stand for the cause.

This 2018, Earth Hour will be observed on March 24. At Teleperformance, we continuously seek ways to change the world we live in for the better. In recent years, Teleperformance sites in India, Italy, France, Brazil, Egypt, El Salvador, France, Tunisia, Greece, Albania, Canada, Colombia, Czech Republic, Portugal, Mexico, Lebanon, Turkey, Tunisia, Guyana, Romania, UK, and the USA have turned off their main lights for Earth Hour. Candles have also been lit to take part in this global event. This—together with our other initiatives for Citizen of the World and Citizen of the Planet—is our way to show that we care for the environment and our passion for committing to a better and safer world for everyone.

Let’s all come together and be heroes for our planet. From 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. local time on March 24, turn off the lights for Earth Hour. We only have one planet and one home, so let’s do our part in protecting it and ensuring sustainability.

Climate change is real, and there’s still a long way to go in spreading awareness. Visit to participate in WWF’s events in your community, or if you want to place a donation.

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