Every year, at 8:30 pm on the last Saturday of March, millions of people across the world show their support for our planet, raising awareness of nature loss and climate change - the two biggest threats facing our one home.
But Earth Hour is more than just an Hour for the planet - it's a movement for our future.
And it's more than just a symbol of support - it's a catalyst for urgent change amidst one of our most crucial years yet.
Global leaders, celebrities, individuals, youth groups and businesses from a record-breaking 192 countries and territories came together on Saturday 27 March, to lend their support for the planet. ...
The very first time I heard of Earth Hour was in primary school during a values education class, that week’s theme was about caring for the environment. Since then, Earth Hour was etched as a ...