On Saturday 25 March 2017 at 8.30pm, Clackmannanshire Council will join millions across the world in turning off its lights for one hour in a momentous show of support for action on climate change.
By joining WWF's Earth Hour with cities, communities and landmarks across the globe, the Council will take part in a symbolic action, which is more than just one hour of darkness.
Cllr Tina Murphy, spokesperson for Environment and Housing, said: "We believe this is our opportunity to show world leaders that action to tackle climate change is urgently needed."
To show our support, the Council will be switching off all non-essential lights at Kilncraigs, Alloa Town Hall and the Spiers Centre at 8.30pm on Saturday 25 March for one hour.
Cllr Murphy added: "We strongly encourage local communities, businesses and organisations in Clackmannanshire to take part in Earth Hour 2017 to show support for action on climate change."
For more information and to sign up please visit wwf.org.uk/earthhour