3-Time Grammy Award Winner Ricky Kej To Be Face Of ‘Earth Hour India 2023’

3-Time Grammy Award Winner Ricky Kej To Be Face Of ‘Earth Hour India 2023’

The World Wildlife Fund is preparing to celebrate Earth Hour on March 25, 2023, with more than 190 countries, including India.

NEW DELHI: The World Wildlife Fund is preparing to celebrate Earth Hour on March 25, 2023, with more than 190 countries, including India, joining as participants in the switch-off event that will turn a single Earth hour into thousands and millions of hours of action and awareness towards the conservation of environment. 

 This is done in an effort to make a positive environmental impact by uniting the world in support of people and the planet.

Ricky Kej, a composer and three-time Grammy Award winner, has been named this year's "Face of Earth Hour India" by Earth Hour India in advance of the global event.

The music composer from Bengaluru is well-known for his albums "Divine Tides" and "Winds of Samsara," for which he has received the esteemed Grammy Award.

Since at least five years ago, the composer has gained international renown for only writing music that supports environmental causes.

As the spokesperson for the campaign, Ricky Kej expressed his opinions and goals, saying, "We can collectively revive the power of the hour for a nature-positive world and inspire and activate the collective awareness of the entire world to give back to the people and earth."

I ask everyone to "switch off" by taking a break from their routine and daily distractions and spend 60 minutes doing something beneficial for our planet and the natural world as famous buildings and residences throughout the world participate in Earth Hour's iconic switch-off.

One of the largest grassroots environmental movements in the world, Earth Hour was founded on March 31, 2007, in Sydney, Australia, when 2.2 million people turned out their lights for one hour in an effort to combat climate change and infuse the globe with optimism and hope.

Every year, the yearly campaign is observed to emphasise sustainability and conservation efforts in order to improve the world for coming generations.

Earth Hour 2023 will take place from 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. like it does every year, and it will be a poignant reminder of the value of our world, the need to conserve it, and how little time we have to do it.

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