During this time when more of our household members are working and studying from home, sometimes connected to multiple devices for hours on end, the energy savings that may come from reduced commutes may be offset by increased at-home use. One way you and your household can stay alert to your energy use is participating in Earth Hour, on March 28, from 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., when people all over the world will be going lights out for one hour in solidarity with our planet’s future. It’s a great teaching opportunity for kids learning at home and a reminder for everyone to use our resources wisely. Join our Earth Hour Virtual Celebration, co-sponsored by Southface Institute and the Piedmont Park Conservancy, and post photos of the creative ways to enjoy a lights-free hour! See our infographic below for some ideas of how to spend Earth Hour or check out the Earth Hour website for more.