Join us for #EarthHour 2020 on Saturday, 28 March, 8:30 p.m. local time, and be a part of our movement to make nature matter!
Nature is in crisis like never before. The rate of global loss of nature during the past 50 years is unprecedented in human history. And yet, intact natural systems are imperative to all our futures. Nature not only benefits us by providing our food, water and clean air, it is also a key ally against climate change.
Earth Hour 2020 is an amazing opportunity for you to join millions around the world and raise your voice for nature. We are calling on you to show decision-makers that you, your family, your community and your organisations care about the dual challenges facing our planet – climate change and nature loss – and want a future in which both people and nature can thrive.
About Earth Hour:
Starting as a symbolic lights out event in Sydney in 2007, WWF’s Earth Hour has grown to become the world’s largest grassroots movement for the environment, inspiring individuals, communities, businesses and organizations in more than 180 countries and territories to take action for our shared home💪🌎 From our forests to our oceans, we have achieved many amazing things for our climate and its biodiversity – showing us that together, anything is possible 🙂
Let’s #Connect2Earth and show our❤️ for our 🌎 making #EarthHour 2020 the biggest one yet!
JOIN US ON SATURDAY MARCH 28, 2020, 8:30 PM YOUR LOCAL TIME! Help place the spotlight on nature – the world is watching.
In a bid to support the climate change and reduce the global warming workmate through the operation go_green aims to plant over ten million tree seedlings by the year 2030. The 28th will mark the first tree planting as we celebrate and mark the earth hour.