Did you switch off for Earth Hour?
Register here for taking part in this year's Earth Hour.
Plus, tell us your favourite food memory and you could win a dinner cooked by celebrity chef, Lynton Tapp.
Earth Hour has created the documentary Appetite for Change: A Journey from Planet to Plate to shine a light on the impacts of global warming on Aussie food and farming.
Rising temperatures and more extreme weather like drought and irregular rainfall are already affecting hops and barley, key ingredients in beer.
See who switched off for Earth Hour 2015
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Enter your postcode to find events taking place in your local area for you and the family to attend.
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.
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