The coronavirus or COVID-19 pandemic may have stolen splendor and thunder from the Earth Hour event this year, but has not dampened spirits of millions of nature lovers in 180 countries, who are out to mark it on Saturday, but differently.

The event that has been engaging people and creating awareness about earth and environment over the past 12 years will be marked in 2020 with people taking part online from their homes to show support for the planet.

Started by the World-Wide Fund (WWF) — an international non-governmental organization working in the field of wilderness preservation and the

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