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EARTH HOUR – 8.30pm 25th March 2017
The date is set for the big 10 year anniversary of Earth Hour, make sure you’ve got Saturday 25th March in your diary! With the prime minister announcing yesterday that she is still committed to keeping climate action a priority, it’s now more important than ever to show your support and ensure that those promises…Read More
From Spinning to Switching It Off!
For Earth Hour this year a group of keen cyclists called IBikeLondon took to the streets to show they care about the future of our planet. Once the disco lights had been attached and all wild animal costumes had been put on, they were ready to embark on their Earth Hour adventure. © Niamh CoughlanRead More
Dathliad Awr Ddaear enfawr Cymru!
Am 8.30pm nos Sadwrn, daeth pobl ar draws Cymru at ei gilydd ar gyfer Awr Ddaear WWF – dathliad byd-eang ein planed anhygoel. Ewch i’n tudalen Facebook i weld ein horiel luniau o’r noson. Adeiladau’n tywyllu Aeth adeiladau’n dywyll ar draws Cymru i ddathlu Awr Ddaear. O brif arwydd Stadiwm y Principality, i gestyll Caerffili,…Read More
Save one of the world’s most endangered reefs
More than half of Belize’s population owe their livelihoods to the reef, which is also home to a spectacular array of marine life. Vast areas of coral and mangroves have been lost already because of damaging coastal construction. Millions of people directly rely on World Heritage Sites for their food, jobs, freshwater and well-being. Shockingly, 114…Read More
How we can all help tackle climate change
Have you been inspired by Earth Hour? But unsure about what you can do next? Here are some simple, practical things you can do to reduce your carbon footprint and help protect the planet we love.Read More
Earth Hour is happening right now!
It’s time to get the lights off and start the biggest celebration for our brilliant planet! Don’t worry though; you won’t be spending an hour in the dark alone. With that one flick of the switch you will be instantly connected to millions of people from 178 different countries around the globe. That’s pretty impressive…Read More
Global wild tiger population increases
It’s no exaggeration to say that this is a historic moment. In 2010, there were as few as 3,200 tigers in the wild: an all-time low. Today it’s been revealed that there are now nearly 3,900. It’s the first time wild tiger numbers have gone up globally in conservation history.Read More
Earth Hour highlights from around the UK
What a great Earth Hour! We can’t believe it’s over already. We’d still love to hear how you spent the hour, so keep the pictures and messages flowing by using #EarthHourUK on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. So many fantastic landmarks switched off their lights across the UK, from Big Ben and Westminster Abbey, to Brighton Pier…Read More
Cymru’n tywyllu ar gyfer Awr Ddaear
Mae cannoedd o filoedd o bobl ar draws Cymru wrthi’n cymryd rhan yn nathliad byd-eang ein planed anhygoel. Mae Awr Ddaear yn ddigwydd blynyddol pan fo miliynau o bobl ar draws y byd i gyd yn ddiffodd eu goleuadau am awr am 8.30pm i ddangos eu bod yn caru’r blaned ac yn dymuno gwarchod ei…Read More
World famous performer dedicates performance to Earth Hour
Ludovico Einaudi is a world famous composer known for his award winning scores such as ‘Doctor Zhivago’ (2002) and more recently his BAFTA nominated contribution to Shane Meadows’ critically acclaimed ‘This is England’ series. This year for Earth Hour on the 19 March, he dedicated his performance of the song ‘Fly’ to Earth Hour during…Read More
Wales’ huge Earth Hour celebration!
At 8.30pm on Saturday night, people across Wales came together for WWF’s Earth Hour – the global celebration of our brilliant planet. Visit our Facebook page to see our picture gallery from the night. Landmarks go dark Buildings across Wales went dark to celebrate Earth Hour. From the Principality Stadium’s main sign, to the castles…Read More
Wales goes dark for Earth Hour
Hundreds of thousands of people across Wales are taking part in the global celebration of our brilliant planet. WWF’s Earth Hour is an annual event when millions of people across the world switch off their lights for an hour at 8.30pm to show they love the planet and want to protect its future. Across Wales,…Read More