Each individual yr, Earth Hour presents persons about the world with the opportunity to exhibit how significantly they treatment about mother nature – and to help others understand its critical importance in all our life as effectively as the devastating threats to folks and the planet. A time to celebrate, but also a time to highlight the need to have for motion.
Due to the fact its launch in 2007, the campaign has developed into 1 of the world’s greatest grassroots environmental actions – encouraging to give folks a impressive voice on the local weather and mother nature reduction crises. But this year’s function, Earth Hour 2022 (Saturday, 26 March), can take location at a specifically essential time. An alliance of governments and organizations, like WWF, are contacting for elevated ambition and urgent action to halt and reverse character loss by 2030. And, soon after Earth Hour 2022, environment leaders will get at the UN Conference on Biological Variety COP15 to determine on a new worldwide motion strategy for mother nature for the coming decade.
On the night of Earth Hour – 26th March 2022, 8.30 pm, we will talk to people all-around the planet to swap off in solidarity with the earth. But there will be a broader get in touch with to motion: that absolutely everyone has a part to perform in shaping a new long term for people and the planet, from having person ways to living sustainably to urging firms and governments to help make a mother nature-favourable and carbon-neutral future.
Last year’s Earth Hour attained tens of millions of folks in a document-breaking 192 nations around the world and territories. And we would love Earth Hour 2022 to match or even exceed this extraordinary results.
We are unable to do it without the need of you!