Switch off for Earth Hour and pledge to Let Oceans Shine
Our oceans are nature’s gift to all.
They provide crucial ecosystem services; whether it’s food, recreation, or regulating the earth’s climate.
Join us for Earth Hour at Home, which is happening on Saturday, 27 March, from 8:30pm-9:30pm. The countdown ceremony will be livestreamed as we switch off all non-essential lights for one hour.
This year, we shine a light on the deep connection between people and our irreplaceable oceans.
Under the theme “Let Oceans Shine”, we spotlight the beauty and intrinsic value of our marine environment – and the threats facing it: from plastic marine litter, unsustainable fishing, to runaway development.
Let’s renew our commitment to Change the Way We Live by reducing our human footprint and safeguard our oceans!
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Earth Hour began in 2007 in Sydney, Australia and is the largest collective environmental movement in the world
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