Earth Hour 2023 – What Is It And How Can You Help The Planet?
What is Earth Hour?
Earth Hour is a global movement created by WWF in 2007 that has inspired millions of people around the world to support sustainable living and fight climate change. On 25 March, from 8:30pm to 9:30pm, we’re taking #TimeOutForNature in Australia. By unplugging non-essential appliances and connecting with nature, we can lower carbon emissions, reduce stress, and enhance our overall well-being. Join us for this symbolic gesture and help make a positive impact on our planet!
How Else Can You Get Involved?
In addition to turning off lights, there are many other actions you can take during Earth Hour and beyond to reduce your environmental impact. For example, you could:
- Unplug electronics and appliances when they’re not in use to save energy
- Support sustainable products and businesses
- Make your earth hour an earth weekend!
If you’re interested in supporting the Earth Hour social media campaign, you can share photos and videos of yourself enjoying nature on social media, include the #TimeOutForNature and #EarthHour hashtags, and tag @wwfaustralia and @earthhour_australia on your post! Be sure to tag us @_emeraldems and include #emeraldFuture on your post, too, for the chance to feature on our Instagram and Facebook pages! By doing so, you can inspire others to take a break from their daily routines and spend time in nature while also raising awareness about the importance of nature conservation. For more details and social media templates, click here
Overall, Earth Hour is a means for us to create a more sustainable future and protect our planet for generations to come. So, join us and millions of people around the world in celebrating Earth Hour 2023!