Join the global celebration
Join us for the world’s biggest celebration for our amazing planet! Simply add your name and switch off your lights for an hour on Saturday 19th March 2016 between 8.30pm and 9.30pm to show you care about the future of our planet.
The lights out really is just the beginning. At its heart, WWF’s Earth Hour is a community of people who are sharing their love for our planet and taking action to protect it every day.
In the UK alone, we’re consuming three times our fair share of the planet’s natural resources, and we’re facing the biggest environmental challenge our generation has ever seen – climate change. It’s real, it’s happening now and it’s affecting the things we all love, but the good news is that we can make a difference.
Ways to get involved
Become an Earth Hour UK Ambassador!
Love WWF’s Earth Hour? Want to help shape the UK celebrations for 2016? Then listen up! We want to get more people around the UK excited about Earth Hour – and that’s why we need your help. We’re looking for people who can get their friends, family and community involved with Earth Hour on Saturday 19…Read More
Make a difference beyond the hour
Earth Hour 2015 was a fantastic success, with a record 172 countries taking part alongside individuals, schools and businesses from across the planet. They all have one thing in common – they care about the future of our brilliant planet. Over 80% of those who took part in the UK felt inspired to do something to…Read More
Tips for a green Halloween
1. Decorations. Instead of buying materials for decorations, gather supplies, arts and crafts throughout the year. For example: Turn stockings with runs into spider-webbing Paint foam peanuts (packing materials) and turn them into worms Turn cardboard boxes into tombstones Make other creative decorations from netting from bags of oranges, cotton balls, leaves and branches from the…Read More
Take action for our brilliant planet
The time before and directly after the election is an opportunity to show our politicians that we really care about the future of our planet, and push them to show leadership for the environment. That’s why, on 17 June, we’re holding a climate march at Westminster asking MPs to commit to action on climate change The next Government will…Read More