Earth Hour has always drawn its power from the people. By bringing your community together for the Hour - whether virtually or physically - you can be a local champion of a global movement!
Organizing an event can be a lot of work and it can be tough to know where or how to start! But don't worry, we've got you covered! 😉
We've put together a useful handbook to help guide, inspire, and empower you to organize an event this Earth Hour that people and the planet will love. In this handbook, you'll find:
Any events organized must be conducted in the name of the organizer and is the sole responsibility of the organizer. The organizer must make clear in all dealings with the public, sponsors and supporters that they are not acting on behalf of WWF. The organizer verifies that they are in compliance with all relevant legislation for organizing public events, apply for any permits and authorities that may be required. The organizer acknowledges that they are aware of the risks involved and voluntarily agree to assume those risks.