Earth Hour is a global environmental movement!
Organised by WWF, the global event brings together millions of people around the world who want to show their support for a brighter future. From switching to a plant based diet, to reducing their consumption of single use plastic, to using public transport more and saving energy around the house – big impacts start with small steps and everyone can make a difference. Be part of a global movement this Earth Hour by turning off your lights on Saturday 23 March 2019 at 8.30pm. Come and be part of the world’s biggest movement for climate action!
1. Learn & Explore
WWF’s Footprint Calculator
Our lifestyle choices make up our environmental carbon footprint. Take our quick carbon footprint calculator to discover your personal impact and how you can help reduce it.
2. Get creative
Celebrate Earth Hour in the great outdoors!
We have picked a few of our favourite activities from WWF’s ‘60 ideas to celebrate Earth Hour’ that will encourage young people to get out into the great outdoors. Check out our handy guide to help you achieve 12 of these activities!
3. Take action
Take part in Earth Hour
Now is a crucial time to take action and reconnect with our home. One third of us feel powerless about environmental issues. It might feel impossible that we can make a difference, but the opposite is true. Get involved in Earth Hour and be part of the world’s biggest movement for climate action.
Have you ordered your ‘The Panda Made Me Do It’ badge?
You can also show your support this Earth Hour by ordering your very own ‘The Panda Made Me Do It’ badge. You can sew your badge onto a number of items, including blankets, pencil cases and bags.
ADOPT A POLAR BEAR
The magnificent Polar bears depend on Arctic ice to hunt and raise their young. But the ice is shrinking. By helping to protect polar bears you’re helping to make sure the Arctic food chain stays healthy – for the benefit of wildlife and people in and beyond the Arctic.