Earth Hour 2021 will take place on March 27, 2021 – 8:30 p.m. your local time.
A message from WWF International:
The road to Earth Hour 2021 has begun, and we’re incredibly excited to have you on this journey!
To our Earth Hour fam joining us from last year, welcome back and virtual hugs! And for those joining us for the first time this year, we’re here to empower you to speak up for nature, wherever you are in the world. 🌍
We know what you’re thinking – “Why are we talking nature loss, climate change, and our planet’s issues when there’s a pandemic to be worried about?” Just like everyone else, we’d like nothing more than to emerge from the shadow of COVID-19. But there’s never been a better time to talk about the state of our planet than right now. Our health is directly linked to the health of our planet, and we must fix our broken relationship with the nature if we are to minimize the risk of future pandemics and ensure our long-term health and quality of life.
After all, Earth Hour has always been about two things – people and planet – and with your support we can remind the world just how important this relationship is. 💪
New Year, Same Goal
Things are a little different this year, but there’s never been a better opportunity to make an impact. Discover what’s new this year?
New to Earth Hour? Discover what we’re about!
We feel you – whether it’s at school or at work, being the new kid on the block can be scary. But not when it comes to Earth Hour! As long as you understand why we’re doing what we’re doing and want to play a part, you’re part of the team! Learn more.
What We’re Up Against
Whether you’re team Marvel or team DC, team Mac or team Windows, or team pineapples-on-pizza or team no-pineapples-on-pizza – one thing’s for certain: when it comes to the issues our planet faces, we’re all in this together.
Be a MVP for team Earth by learning more about nature loss and climate change – the biggest challenges of our time. Find out more.