A city can provide examples of best practices in sustainability, inclusion and eco-friendly practices. By showcasing what your city does to support nature and biodiversity you can inspire other to follow in your footsteps. A healthier, cleaner city provides a better environment for its inhabitants and visitors which can boost economic activities, tourism and overall health and well being.
Starting out in 2007 as a Sydney-based initiative to raise awareness about climate change, Earth Hour has grown into the world’s largest grassroots environmental movement – inspiring millions of people from all over the world to show how much they care about our environment.
For Earth Hour 2018-2020, we will focus on the urgent need to reverse the loss of nature – encouraging people to start conversations about the loss of nature and play their part in protecting the world around them.
Earth Hour’s greatest strength is the power of people − and we need your help to inspire even more people to take action.
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