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10 Of The Best Animal Photobombs
1) Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Is it a GIANT SQUIRREL? No, but it is an excellent photobomb. Well done, sir. Source: Just Something Credit: M & J Brandt 2) This guy’s moment in the sun has finally arrived. Source: enpundit Credit: Natalie Rabinowitz 3) Should we tell him? Source: Oddee 4) This seal having…Read More
Get Social This Earth Hour!
Want the latest Earth Hour news and updates as well as lots of lovely planet inspiration? Then make sure you follow Earth Hour UK on Facebook and @wwf_uk on Twitter to join our community of people who love our natural world and want to take action to protect it.Read More
Earth Hour UK teaser launches!
With just a few weeks to go, the countdown to Earth Hour begins here in the UK with the launch of our 2015 teaser. Be the first to watch it here! Don’t forget, spread the word and help make this year’s celebration even bigger – we’ve even crafted some Tweets to help you spread the word! Just…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
Scotland’s award winning local authorities announced
South Ayrshire and Highland Councils have been named as joint Earth Hour Local Authority Champions for the fantastic work they did to support and promote Earth Hour in 2014. Both councils hosted numerous public events on the night including ghost walks, night golf and stargazing events, as well as switching off the lights at iconic…Read More
Earth Hour’s Hidden Heroes are revealed!
Leading up to Earth Hour 2015, WWF-UK and People’s Postcode Lottery joined forces to find and celebrate Hidden Heroes going above and beyond for our planet. We had lots of fantastic entries, but only 3 winners could be chosen and invited to WWF-UK’s Living Planet Centre in Woking. Presenting the Hidden Heroes with their awards were WWF ambassadors…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
Love your body and your planet!
The food we eat has a massive impact not just on our health but also on the health of our planet. Do you ever wonder where your food really comes from? Who made it? How it got to your plate looking so delicious? The way food is produced is having a huge impact on the…Read More
Schools are shining bright for Earth Hour
Just over 4,700 schools across the UK are taking part in Earth Hour, and the numbers are still rising! Here are some stories about how schools are celebrating Earth Hour 2015!Read More
Exclusive new recipe from Rachel de Thample
This Valentine’s Day we are falling for fresh, delicious food which nourishes us and the planet, too. Celebrity chef Rachel de Thample has given us this sumptuous, fresh menu exclusively for Earth Hour from her new book ‘Five: 150 effortless ways to eat your 5+ fruit and veg a day’. Give it a try…Read More
The warmest year of our lives
Anecdotally 2014 won’t be remembered by Britons as an incredibly hot year and many will feel cheated to find out that 2014 was the UK’s hottest year on record. Less surprisingly it was also one of the wettest. Figures from the Met Office showed that 2014 was the UK’s warmest and the fourth wettest since…Read More