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Ready for your next challenge? Wear It Wild!
After the world’s biggest celebration for our planet, join in and Wear It Wild on 5 June to raise funds to help protect the world’s species.
Individuals, schools, businesses and communities across the country to dress tough like a tiger, flashy like a flamingo and strut their stuff like a snow leopard – so, how wild will you go?Sign up to Wear It Wild!
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Go Wild for our brilliant planet!
Ready for your next challenge after Earth Hour? Then get ready to Wear It Wild! On Friday 5 June, World Environment Day, businesses, schools and individuals across the country will be wearing it wild to help protect our incredible planet. You could wear your favourite onesie to work or tiger print leggings to the gym. You could…Read More
Take action for our brilliant planet
Will you be voting on Thursday 7 May? 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…Read More
How will you go beyond the Hour?
Earth Hour 2015 was a fantastic success, with a record 172 countries taking part and individuals, schools and businesses across the planet coming together to celebrate our incredible planet. But Earth Hour is more than just an hour of celebration – it’s a reminder to us all to help protect our amazing planet every day…Read More
Highlights from Earth Hour 2015
On Saturday 28th March, a record-breaking 172 countries and territories took part in Earth Hour, the world’s biggest environmental event. Millions of people, thousands of schools, and hundreds of businesses and organisations came together and switched off their lights for an hour to show they care about the future of our brilliant planet. The global celebrations started in…Read More