Join the Biggest Hour for Earth

Switch off. Give an Hour for Earth. 25th March, 8.30pm local time


We are passionate about inspiring everyone to care for our planet. Earth Hour is an annual environmental campaign that brings attention to the effects of climate change by asking people to switch off lights at homes and businesses for an hour at 8.30 pm (20:30), local time, on the last Saturday of March. 

It's about taking small actions to stand up for earth. Like protecting nature by reducing our plastic consumption and waste. An easy way to eliminate the need for many single-use plastic containers and make a dent in that plastic waste is to buy in bulk. Other benefits include less trips to the grocery store and overall cost savings.  

We believe you can establish great habits by doing this more often than once a year. Consider how you can take part in creating more awareness and taking responsibility toward a sustainable low carbon future for planet earth, in every day life.


Your hour, your power. 

Each and every one of us has the power to make a positive impact on our planet, but it’s up to us as individuals to decide how we do so. 

Let's make a joint effort to reconnect to our planet by spending time in nature - there’s no better reminder of why our planet is worth protecting. Restore our planet by getting your hands dirty to keep our planet clean and green.


Earth Hour first came about in 2007 on Saturday 31 March. The world’s first Earth Hour was in Sydney, Australia, and it saw more than 2.2 million people turn off their lights for one hour to show a climate-disbelieving government that people were concerned about climate change.

Since then, Earth Hour has grown to be one of the largest grassroots movement for the environment, reaching millions of people across 190 countries and territories. 

Learn More at Earth Hour


Spread the word on social  - use the hashtag #MyHourForEarth

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