Welcome to the world’s biggest celebration of our
Starting as a symbolic lights out event in Sydney in 2007, Earth Hour is now the world’s largest grassroots movement for the environment, inspiring millions of people to take action for our planet and nature.
From pushing for environmentally-friendly laws and policies to crowdfunding for a better future, YOU make Earth Hour possible. Coordinated by WWF (World Wildlife Fund) and other volunteer organizations, Earth Hour’s greatest strength is the power of people.
People are just one part of Earth’s vast web of life. Let’s get back in touch with our roots and nurture nature by helping to conserve wildlife and their habitats.
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As accelerating climate change and staggering biodiversity loss threaten our planet, Earth Hour 2018-2020 endeavours to spark never-before-had conversations on the loss of nature and the urgent need to protect it.
Last year On Saturday, 25 March 2017, WWF’s Earth Hour rolled across the world once again. From New York to New Zealand, Paris to Paraguay, millions of people came together to shine a light on climate action.
An unprecedented 187 countries and territories took part, over 3,000 landmarks switched off their lights and millions of individuals, businesses and organizations across seven continents stepped forward to change climate change.
Together, let’s connect to Earth
We love this planet and everything that lives upon it. Together, let’s spark never-before-had conversations on nature and the unique diversity of life we share our home with!
What better way to celebrate than with the electrifying energy of Earth Hour as it sweeps across the planet? Remember to switch off in solidarity with global efforts to secure nature and our home: 24 March, 8:30pm your time. It’s time to #Connect2Earth.
Wherever you are in the world: Turn off your light at 8:30 pm (20:30 hours) for one hour.
You can celebrate Earth Hour in any way you want. It’s entirely in your hands.
Want to keep it simple?
- Have a candle light dinner
- go stargazing
- or simply switch off your lights for an hour
- Get together with family and friends, play some table games or a musical instrument by candle lights, connect with one another.
Thinking of going a little bigger? You could host an Earth Hour party! The possibilities are endless.
Whether you’re celebrating solo or getting hundreds of people involved, share the details.
We are all one Humanity, celebrating our connectedness, let us unite in solidarity for our planet, for our only home! for just one hour tonight!
Sending you light and love,
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