There’s never been a better time to take action and look after our planet.
With rising sea levels, extreme weather conditions and threats to our flora and fauna, the issue of climate change is more serious than ever. While a lot of the damage is irreversible, the good news is there are many simple ways you and your village can get involved in raising awareness about climate change issues to help protect our planet.
Helping the environment doesn’t have to be complicated in order to make a difference. On Saturday, March 30 at 8:30pm, you’re invited to switch off and join in the world’s largest environmental movement, Earth Hour. For the hour, all you need to do is light some candles and turn off the lights to help magnify the conversation on climate change and biodiversity.
Did you know that more than 80% of Australia’s flowering plants, mammals, reptiles, frogs and almost 50% of our birds are found no where else on Earth? It’s our responsibility to keep these threatened species alive for generations to come, and there are plenty of achievable ways we can do this.
Wondering how you can help out this Earth Hour? Here are 5 simple ways your village can band together to join millions of others in the global environmental movement:
Why not switch off for an hour each day in the lead up to Earth Hour? Whether it’s a picnic or cocktails by candlelight, gather your group and practice preserving the Earth with fun-filled events.
To make it official, register your participation in Earth Hour. If you are planning on getting your whole village involved, you can send in your village details and logo to be displayed on Earth Hour’s website.
Earth Hour has partnered with SolarBuddy, an Australian charity that provides solar lights to children in Papua New Guinea that live in remote communities. Click here to find out more.
By doing simple things like using less energy, recycling and joining the Renewable Energy Revolution, you (and your workplace) can alleviate your carbon footprint everyday!
Interested in long-term involvement in environmental preservation? Get in touch to find out how to become an Earth Hour sponsor.