In view of the ongoing health crisis as a result of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak, the Earth Hour global organising team is recommending all event organisers celebrate Earth Hour digitally this year. There are many ways to take part online or at home and show your support for the planet on and around the hour.
Earth Hour has always been a people-led movement. The well being and health of our supporters and staff is our top priority. We stand in solidarity and support of our global communities and encourage all to take part in Earth Hour safely.
Cities can set good examples of best practices in sustainability, inclusion and eco-friendly practices. By showing what your city does to support nature and biodiversity, you can inspire other to follow in your footsteps.
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Earth Hour 2018-2020 focuses on the urgent need to reverse the loss of nature, encouraging millions of people to start conversations about the loss of nature and play their part in protecting the world around them.