For the Future of Aussie Food and Farming
Earth Hour is a great Aussie idea gone global: founded in Sydney and now celebrated in more than 160
countries. This year, Earth Hour Australia will focus on celebrating and committing to protect our great Aussie
food and farmers.
All Australians are proud of our farmers for producing food that’s safe, healthy, fresh and delicious. But Aussie
farms are on the frontline of global warming: already experiencing rising temperatures and more extreme
weather. As a matter of principle, we need to transition Australia away from fossil fuels like coal and gas to
abundant, affordable renewable energy.
Switch off for Earth Hour on March 28th at 8.30pm to help bring this issue to light, before it’s too late.
No-one can do everything, but everyone can do something. Be part of the Earth Hour movement and show
Download a tip sheet on how you can take part in Earth Hour this year.