by WWF Scotland
COVID-19 UPDATE +++++++ The wellbeing and health of our supporters, communities and staff is our top priority. Following the latest Government advice, WWF is no longer organising public events for Earth Hour and we’re encouraging communities to find ways to take part online and at home, rather than hosting events.
There are many ways to join Earth Hour at home, and millions do this across the world every year. Discover how you can take part in Earth Hour from home and join a global movement of people who care about our planet on our website.
We do not expect any public events to go ahead, but whatever you are doing, please make sure you are following national health guidelines and keeping up-to-date with the latest government advice. ++++++++++++
With all eyes on Scotland ahead of the UN climate talks in Glasgow this November, this is the moment for communities in Scotland to be heard and stand together in demanding action for Climate and Social Justice. Earth Hour is an opportunity to do just that – and we need your help.
Earth Hour is a moment millions come together for nature, people and the planet.
Iconic landmarks, millions of homes, businesses and political leaders across the world will switch off their lights to celebrate our natural world and as a rallying call to protect it, for an hour on Saturday 28 March, at 8.30PM
With your help, we could do more than switching off our lights. By taking part in this year’s campaign, host an ONLINE event in your community and add your voice to the campaign.
WWF Scotland are here to support you by providing toolkits and ideas, or great visual and promotional content. We can also provide more tailored support if needed.
and tell us about your plans (link to an online form for groups wanting to organise their own ONLINE event).
Some ideas for things you can do online or at home with your family during this special “Earth Hour 2020 AT HOME”.