Earth Hour for Youth

Earth Hour for Youth

Youth have the power to drive change for a better tomorrow – starting today!

This Earth Hour, whether you’re a parent, teacher, educator, or youth leader, join us in empowering and engaging youth in their journey to become agents of change.

Explore below a few ways to engage youth to join the Biggest Hour for Earth!

Earth Hour Webinars for educators, parents and youth

Join us in the week leading up to Earth Hour for a series of interactive, bite-sized learning opportunities for educators, youth and parents to explore topics related to sustainability, conservation, and active citizenship!

All webinars will be held via Zoom in English - with the exception of Citizen Science, which will be held in Spanish. Options for subtitles will be available.


01 Welcome to Earth Hour 2024!
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1 - Intro

18th March, 9am UTC

Find out how you can be a part of the biggest hour for Earth and tap into free resources.

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02 Students Act 4 Climate
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2 - School Footprint

19th March, 1pm UTC

Assess your school's footprint and design innovative ideas to reduce it in this mini online hackathon.

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03 The Planet in our Picnic Basket!
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3 - Picnic Basket

20th March, 1pm UTC

Learn how to adopt a healthy, sustainable diet for children - starting with school snacks!

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04 Citizen Science
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4 - Citizen Science

21st March, 1pm UTC

You too can be a naturalist! Explore the natural world around you with the iNaturalist app, and gather data for conservation.

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05 Flow with Nature for Better Well-Being
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5 - Immerse in Nature

22nd March, 10am UTC

Learn practical ways to enhance well-being, by reconnecting people with nature. 

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Education Packs for Children and Youth

You’re never too young to start taking action for the planet - check out these curated themed packs of fun, accessible and educational activities and printables, designed to meaningfully engage children to give an hour for Earth.

Whether you’re a parent or educator, this Earth Hour, give an hour with your kids for our shared home, and discover how you can begin to make a difference through activities related to food, the outdoors, art, and more as a class or a family.


See you on 23rd March, 8.30pm your local time!

Questions, comments or feedback? Reach out to the Earth Hour team anytime at

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