Earth Hour 2021 #SwitchForNature
Earth Hour, one of the world’s largest (and home grown!) grassroots environmental movements is almost upon us, uniting people to take action on climate change and protect the planet.
On Saturday, 27 March 2021, 8:30pm local time, millions around the world will switch off their lights for one hour in the symbolic event to support climate change action, with one in three Australians expected to take part.
This Earth Hour, WWF-Australia is encouraging people to support Australia’s switch to a renewables-based economy by making the #SwitchForNature to help reduce our contribution to global emissions and climate change.
Australia has some of the best renewable energy resources in the world; endless sunshine, huge land areas and powerful winds. These combined with Australia’s world-class expertise and strong trade relationships means we can set the standards for the rest of the world and become a renewable energy powerhouse.
Whether making the switch to a solar power system, switching to an electric vehicle, or simply switching off for Earth Hour, Australians can help protect the planet we call home by signing up and switching off for nature on Saturday, 27 March 2021, 8:30pm local time. For more information and to sign up head to www.earthhour.org.au.