Earth Hour

Earth Hour 2013

Earth Hour 2013

Saturday 23 March, 2013
Make a real difference this month and participate in the worldwide event that started right here in Australia!
Earth Hour is much more than just switching off your lights for an hour; it promotes the idea that individuals can make a difference, no matter how small or big. With Climate Change looming and energy costs on the rise, now is the perfect time to promote the switch to renewable energy resources and greener ways of living.
You can get involved in the worlds largest environmental movement by turning off your lights for an hour (or the whole night), attending or hosting one of the many events, and by making the pledge to switch to renewable energy.

Where: Everywhere and anywhere
When: 8:30
Click here for more information.

Earth Hour

Switch on to renewable energy

Tuesday, 19 March 2013

Earth Hour has quickly become the world’s largest environmental movement, and it’s back this year with a strong message to send.

Earth-hour-awards

Beyond Earth Hour

Tuesday, 3 April 2012

As people across the globe switched off their lights for Earth Hour, some very special awards were given to those going ‘beyond the hour’.

How will you go Beyond the Hour?

Monday, 12 March 2012

Earth Hour is 8:30pm on 31st March. Arrange your celebration of the world’s largest voluntary action for the planet with 1.8 billion others by switching off your lights for an hour, then go beyond the hour.

Earth Hour Germany

Earth Hour reaches 134 countries

Monday, 28 March 2011

A record 134 countries and territories participated in the 2011 Earth Hour event on Saturday 26 March. Conceived in Australia five years ago, the event has become the largest voluntary action to be observed for the environment.

Earth Hour 2011

Thursday, 24 March 2011

In under four short years the Australian-initiated campaign, Earth Hour, has become the largest campaign in history for the planet. It has grown from one city, one country to over 128 countries and territories in 2010, to reach over a billion people worldwide, becoming the largest voluntary action ever witnessed.

Earth Hour

26 March, 2011

At 8.30pm on Saturday 26 March, we’ll once again witness the largest voluntary action in our history – over one billion people worldwide simply switching off the lights. This Australian movement has taken the world by storm over the last four years. This year, participants are being asked what they’re doing to take initiative beyond the hour. Don’t forget to register at www.earthhour.org.

Where: Worldwide.
Cost: Free to participate!
Click here for more information.

Going beyond the hour

Friday, 25 February 2011

You're probably turned your lights out for Earth Hour before - but this year they're asking us to go beyond the hour. Who's inspired you to live more sustainably? Maybe you should nominate them for an Earth Hour award.

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