Dundee celebrated Earth Hour with some city-wide events.
The celebrations kicked off with Earth Hour Day at Camperdown Wildlife Centre — run by Rebecca Wallace, 23, Lauren Urquhart, 22 and Nina Cameron, 23 (pictured) — where people had a chance to learn about climate change and how it affects endangered species.
There was also a climate change quiz trail and face painting.
Later, a “Nature After Dark” trail gave an opportunity to learn about the Law and its nocturnal wildlife.
For the main event itself — The Big Switch Off For Earth Hour — Dundee City Council joined WWF’s Earth Hour initiative by switching off the lights in main council buildings from 8.30pm-9.30pm.
Dundee City Council spokeswoman for Climate Change, Councillor Christina Roberts said: “It’s great to see the city come together and join in this worldwide movement to take concrete action on climate change.
“Various events took place across the city to encourage everyone to think about their carbon footprint and encourage us to make small changes to the way we live to lessen our carbon footprint.
“Saturday was the crescendo of events for Earth Hour, where iconic buildings across the city were plunged into darkness for one hour.
“By taking part in this global ‘I’m switching off’ event, we acknowledged our commitment to make a #PromiseForThePlanet this Earth Hour.”