Lights out. Do it for our planet!
Be part of the world’s biggest celebration for our amazing planet, simply sign up and switch off the lights for one hour at 8.30pm on Saturday 28th March. But the lights out really is just the beginning. At its heart, Earth Hour is a community of people who are sharing their love for our planet and taking action to protect it every day. Because together we can make change happen…
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.
Celebrate with a special candlelit dinner
Earth Hour is all about people coming together to celebrate our brilliant world. So why not enjoy an evening with your family and friends with a candlelit dinner that you know is good for you and for the planet too?
With celebrity chefs including Valentine Warner and Rachel de Thample on-board, you should have all the inspiration you need to cook up a treat! We have some fantastic Earth Hour recipes or have a go at creating your own sustainable tasty dishes based on WWF’s 6 Livewell principes.See our Earth Hour recipes
Ways to get involved
A call to young UK creatives for Earth Hour 2015
Please note that the competition has now closed. We have had some fantastic entries and are looking forward to announcing the winner in the very near future! About the competition: We teamed up with creative charity Do The Green Thing ahead of Earth Hour on 28th March 2015, inviting young creative talents around the country…Read More
Be an Ocean Hero this Earth Hour
At 8.30pm on 28 March, hundreds of millions of people around the world will switch off their lights for Earth Hour in a spectacular and symbolic display to focus the world’s attention on our planet.Read More
Go Bunting Barmy This Earth Hour
Are you gripped by the Great British Sewing Bee? We at WWF’s Living Planet Centre certainly are, and this year we are asking craft-loving supporters across the country to join us in creating beautiful bunting in preparation for Earth Hour! Making bunting is a great way to celebrate Earth Hour. It can be done by candlelight…Read More
From ghost walks to golf in the dark…what’s happening in Scotland near you this Earth Hour?
As Earth Hour approaches here’s just a few of the many events happening across Scotland you might want to go to: In Glasgow, Kelvinside Hillhead Parish Church are hosting a Chamber Choir Concert. The first half will take place with lights, the second with no lights at all, so just sit back and enjoy the…Read More