Join us this Earth Hour on Saturday, March 25, 8:30 PM your time and be a part of our movement towards building a better tomorrow for our planet and future generations.
Spread the word and bring a friend along! Together, we can unite to shine a light on climate action and #ChangeClimateChange!
From its humble beginnings in 2007, WWF's Earth Hour has grown to become the world’s largest grassroots-led environmental movement for the planet, engaging more than 178 countries and territories worldwide!
2017 marks Earth Hour's tenth anniversary, a new milestone in its commitment to making the planet a better place. Over the past ten years, WWF and Earth Hour teams worldwide have brought thousands of individuals together to help fund and support on-the-ground environmental and social initiatives that serve to advance our goal for a sustainable, climate-friendly future.
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"Whether you're Republican or a Democrat, from a liberal college city or a rural Louisiana town, clean energy is putting America back to work and benefiting communities across the country." — Jodie Van Horn, Sierra Club
“Conservation International have found that it would requires less than 0.1 per cent of global GDP to make the changes humanity needs to adapt to a warming world. This is 227 times less than the global GDP spent on defence. It is a small price to pay. The longer world leaders deny the existence of climate change to benefit themselves, however, the harder it will be to reverse the damage that humanity has caused the world.” ... See MoreSee Less
Climate change: made by man – or by men?
Climate change was an executive board decision. Board rooms are generally dominated by male testosterone. Does that mean climate change is not just ‘man-made’, but ‘made by men’?
On the International Women’s Day we ask: Is climate change a result of genetically embedded ‘alpha male’ behaviour? What has got us in the mess with climate change are decisions made in board rooms of some of the wealthiest companies on the planet.
When would the climate crisis be worth a strike? Maybe on the day we realise that the climate change havoc which now confronts us and threatens our livelihoods – with all its destructive weather events, draughts and flooding, melting poles, killing of coral reefs, extinction of species and numerous other existential threats – just 25 years ago was a single executive board decision.
We will be discussing this in The Sustainable Hour today with Suzette Jackson from Innate Ecology and Ninna Katrine Larsen from Reground.
As it is the International Women’s Day, we are also trying to find out: who is YOUR climate champion woman? Who is your LOCAL climate champion woman?
Tune in to The Sustainable Hour today at 11am!
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