Earth Hour

Earth Hour

Be part of the world's largest environmental movement

Mar

24

to

Mar

24

Venue
Anywhere & Everywhere!
Region
Australia
Start
8:30 pm
Finish
9:30 pm
Host
Earth Hour
Email
earthhour@act.wwf.org.au
Web
http://www.earthhour.org.au

SWITCH OFF TO JOIN THE FUTURE

Earth Hour is the world’s largest grassroots movement for climate change action. Millions of people in over 180 countries take part in Earth Hour by switching off their lights as a symbolic gesture to show that our planet needs stronger action on climate change.

#Connect2Earth is a challenge to switch off during Earth Hour and reconnect with the natural environment.

 From the national treasure of the Great Barrier Reef, to our iconic koala in the forest, to the much-loved penguins of Antarctica – our unique biodiversity, meaning the wildlife and the natural places we love, face a perilous future if we don’t step up to protect our planet (and our home!) from the impacts of climate change.

On Saturday, 24th March 2018, SWITCH OFF for Earth Hour. Switch off for the future of our planet.

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