The impacts of the climate emergency are being felt across our country more than ever before, with large parts of Australia burning through extended fire seasons, koalas and vulnerable native wildlife perishing in catastrophic bushfires, cities shrouded in toxic smoke haze, drought devastating farms and regional downs, and millions of people marching for stronger and immediate climate action.
This is why we have Earth Hour. This is why 2020 is the most important Earth Hour ever.
2020 is a pivotal year for the planet. At least 5 major international conferences on biodiversity, climate, and sustainable development will take place, where world leaders will make decisions that will impact our world for years to come. Earth Hour is our opportunity to put the environment at the top of the agenda, to protect the future of the one home we all share.
Sign up, switch off and #Connect2Earth this Earth Hour and join millions around the world to raise your voice for people and nature.