Chip in to the Earth Hour documentary crowdfunding campaign to help tell the story of how global warming is affecting Aussie food and farming
Hosting a dinner, BBQ, picnic, concert or get together for Earth Hour? Add your event here to manage invitations, RSVPs and spread the word
Switch off to shine a light on global warming and support Aussie food and farming
Aussie Saturdays are pretty busy and sometimes it's easy to forget.
But you don't want to end up with your lights on during this year's Earth Hour.
Sign up to get a reminder to switch off on the night.
In 2015, young Australians can help shine a light on the impact of global warming on Aussie food and farming.
Get inspired by some of the exciting Earth Hour events happening around Australia.
See who's switching off for Earth Hour 2015 and add you or your organisation to the wall.
Enter your postcode to find events taking place in your local area for you and the family to attend.
Want to host your own Earth Hour event? Get some great tips for different things to do and how to bring this year's 'Food & Farming' theme to life.
Raisin temperatures and more egg-streme weather events are threatening Aussie farms. But don't feel beet, or bleu! There's still a shallot you can do.
Earth Hour launched in Sydney in 2007, with 2.2 million people and 2,100 businesses participating in the ‘lights off’ event.
Earth Hour events
How to get involved