Earth Hour is a global phenomenon, with participation from over 190 countries and territories around the world since it started in 2007.

It’s a powerful demonstration of collective action to raise awareness about environmental issues and inspire positive change. The widespread participation reflects the growing concern for our planet’s well-being and the desire for individuals and communities to take action towards a more sustainable future.

#BiggestHourForEarth – Earth Hour 2024 – tommy & lottie

The next 7 years are crucial to all our futures – we have to stay under the 1.5°C climate threshold to avoid irreversible damage to our planet, and we need to reverse nature loss by 2030, ending the decade with more nature than we started, not less.  To make this happen, individuals, communities, businesses, and governments must all urgently step up their efforts to protect and restore our one shared home, Earth.

Take part in Earth Hour spending 60 minutes doing something – anything – positive for our planet. To show support for environmental sustainability and raise awareness about the importance of taking action against climate change.

Joining the largest Earth Hour is a fantastic way to contribute to a global movement for environmental awareness and action. By participating in the biggest hour for Earth, you’ll join millions of people around the world in showing support for sustainability and combating climate change. Remember to turn off non-essential lights and take part in activities that promote environmental consciousness during the designated hour. Every small action counts towards making a big difference for our planet.

spending time outdoors is a great idea for Earth Hour – tommy & lottie – photo by Emma Burgess @thiscarefreelife

There are several meaningful actions you can take for Earth Hour:

    1.    Turn off non-essential lights: Switch off lights in your home, office, or any other place where they’re not necessary for safety or security.
    2.    Unplug electronic devices: Disconnect appliances and electronics that aren’t in use to reduce energy consumption. Look at ways to save energy in your everyday living.
    3.    Go outside: Spend time outdoors and connect with nature.

4. Consider organising a candlelit dinner or gathering with friends and family.
    5.    Raise awareness: Share information about Earth Hour on social media platforms or with friends and family to encourage participation and spread awareness about environmental issues.
    6.    Reflect and plan: Take the opportunity to reflect on your own environmental footprint and consider making long-term changes to live more sustainably.
    7.    Support sustainable practices: Use Earth Hour as a starting point to adopt more sustainable habits in your daily life, such as reducing waste, conserving water, or using alternative transportation methods.

For more ways to get involved with lots of ideas head over to Earth Hour Take Part

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