In light of the coronavirus crisis, WWF-Australia and Earth Hour are committed to doing everything we can to flatten the curve and slow the spread of COVID-19. But social distancing doesn’t mean losing social connection. So we’ve decided to celebrate Earth Hour a little differently this year and take it unplugged and online. 

 

Since 2007, Earth Hour has been embraced by communities large and small. Are you representing a community, organisation, landmark or council? This year, we invite you to #SwitchOff at 8.30pm on Saturday 28 March 2020.

Register your participation in Earth Hour, and then join hundreds of communities, organisations, landmarks and councils that want to see stronger action on climate change by sending us your logo to appear on the pledge wall below.

 

There are many ways your community can get involved in Earth Hour:

 

 

Ready to help save the planet?

 

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INFO FOR COMMUNITIES AND ORGANISATIONS

 

Promise for the planet


We are joining hundreds of businesses across Australia to #SwitchOff for Earth Hour 2020 for the future of our planet. We proudly stand as part of a community that will raise its voice for nature to see stronger action on climate change.

Business as usual isn’t enough. We need to accelerate Australia’s efforts to limit the dangerous impact of climate change and transition to a zero-carbon economy. We intend to be part of the solution to ensure that the natural resources and ecosystems that underpin our organisation are used sustainably.

We pledge our support for stronger climate action so that Australia can meet its commitments made at the 2015 Paris Agreement. Together we will help protect the planet for future generations. 

 


We are switching off


Fair Trade Association of Australia and New Zealand

Australian Non-Toxic Awards

Australian Museum

Global Shapers Community

Wacky Wildlife Sisters

West Melbourne Marathi

Treading lightly

The Global Awakening

Central Coast Council, Tasmania

Cowra Youth Council

Creative Recycling Centre

Wollongong City Council

Wingecarribee Shire Council

City of Port Adelaide Enfield

Town of Port Hedland

Campbelltown Landcare Group Inc

Tenterden Tennis Club

Liverpool City Council

Marine Stewarship Council

Maldon Hospital

St Mary's Cathedral Perth

Sunshine Coast Environment Council

Keep Queensland Beautiful

Cleaner Greener Schools Program

Camden Council

Woollahra Municipal Council

City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters

Girl Guides Western Australia

Waki Foundation

Springfield Lakes Nature Care

Mary Mackillop Place

1 O'connel Community

Clare and Gilbert Valley Library

Samstag Museum

Snowy Monaro Regional Council

Douglas Shire Council

I.M.P.P.A.C.T

New Zealand Birds

Greenroofs

St Mary's Cathedral

Uniting

Central Highlands Libraries

All Hallows OOSH

The Royal Society of Victoria

Sprouts Project

Protect Wildlife Tawi-Tawi

Dogs At Their Best

Mindful Mob

Coursi e Percorsi

Uniting Communities

Koala Clancy Foundation

City of Vincent

Clarence Valley Council

City of Imus

Victorian Department of Health and Human Services

Arts Centre Melbourne

Croydon Conservation

Uniting Church in Australia Assembly

Indian Association Cardinia Casey

Golden Key International Honour Society

Our Two Hands

Philip Island Nature Parks

Soma Hellinikou Odigismou

Unearthing

Utopian Society

Riverview Church

Shellharbour Council

Georges River Council

Dubbo Regional Council

Nature Link Perth

Global Shapers Community

Hope2oceans Conservation

Girls Brigade Australia

City of Kabankalan