On Saturday March 30 at 8:30 p.m., Royal Resorts will be turning the lights off for Earth Hour 2019, the global campaign organized by WWF, to draw attention to the accelerating effects of climate change and biodiversity loss and the urgent need to do everything we can to protect our planet.
Non-essential lights will be turned off around the resorts in Cancun and The Royal Haciendas and we hope that our members and guests will join in by dimming the lights in their villas and attending special Earth Hour activities.
Grand Residences will also be participating in Earth Hour 2019 with its own program of activities.
In 2018, 188 countries took part in Earth Hour and the lights on close to 18,000 of the world’s most famous landmarks were dimmed. Millions of people came together to take action and make their pledges to protect the environment, whether at home, in the workplace or in their communities.
We will be publishing more news about Earth Hour 2019 activities at Royal Resorts and Grand Residences and our programs to help protect the planet on the Royal Resorts blog as the date approaches.
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