Tell the world what you are doing to protect nature and save the planet.
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Need inspiration? Browse through the stories of individuals from all over the world.
Prachinburi , Thailand
Nature is my life!
They die I die.
Shanghai , China
Nature is our mother. It gives lives and provides all we need.
Nature is the home to all living things. We have the responsibility to protect it.
Nature is the source of power and wisdom. Human being once was more connected to nature but we have lost the connection and become ignorant as a whole. We need to wake up and start to make changes to the way we live and treat our environment and other living things.
kolkata , India/Asia
Nature is the only asset which gives shelter to everyone.
Nairobi , Kenya
It does not matter how small you are, everything you do for the environment counts. I am 15 years old and I love football and outdoor adventure. I understood the impact of deforestation, climate change and plastic pollution when I was about 11 years old. I decided to do something about it. I combined my love for football and nature. I committed that for every goal I score I plant a tree. That’s how the Trees for Goals initiative was born. Through the initiative, I have influenced change in my school, my football club, local community as well as encourage my friends to join the afforestation efforts. I increased my target seven times; for every goal, I score I plant Seven trees, then to 11 times my initial target: for every goal, I score I plant 11 trees it represents team effort in football. I have planted over 1000 trees in the last two years. That’s my Earth Hour 2020 TWICE the effort DOUBLE the Impact.
ENUGURTHI SRINIVASA CHARY
HYDERABAD , INDIA
Every thing for me,it gives me air to breath,water we drink,food we eat.Without nature we living organisms ca not exist on earth
Madina Amin Hussein
Garissa , Kenya
I was born in Bodhei , my people are farmers in the semi-arid region of Garissa. Growing up my village was green, but unsustainable agriculture and deforestation has made Bodhei lose it’s green. In the neighbouring Masalani, communities are more inclined to pastoralism. Pastoralists believe God grows trees or trees just grow by themselves like grass, and it’s their duty to utilise. I am on a mission to change the myth. This can only be achieved through action on the ground and a strong movement that will advocate for sustainability and call for reafforestation- that movement is young people from my community and beyond.
Toronto , Canada
Nature is the heart of our world, it provides us with all the necessities we need such as air, water, food, and shelter without asking much in return and yet it has been neglected, but its time for us to give back and take care of this precious heart if we want to continue on living.
Kwale , Kenya
“As a student studying marine science, a Rotaract and Miss Technical University of Mombasa - Kwale campus. I use the platforms to help save Coastal Kenya Forests. I am happy to be part of an environmental brigade which will change our country. Together with members of the Mazingira group we established a 3,300 tree seedlings nursery consisting of over 20 indigenous tree species in a period of two months. Our aim is to contribute to the restoration of degraded forests in the coastal stretch and beyond.”
Tampa , United States of America
Nature is life’s most important necessity. If we can’t Nurture Nature have can love each other.
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Every year, we countdown together across the globe to celebrate Earth Hour and take one iconic action: switch off the lights.
But it is so much more than that. It is a symbol of unity. It is a symbol of hope. It is a symbol of power in collective action for nature.