Updated: Mar 27
With our unique Aussie wildlife under threat from intensifying bushfire seasons, extended drought and rising temperatures, no Australian has been left untouched by the impacts of climate change. This is why we have Earth Hour and why 2020 is the most important Earth Hour ever. The photo above is one I took on the Mid North Coast after the devastating fires in October last year. I'm pleased to say this forest is starting to rejuvenate but the cost of the wildlife is unbearable to think about, it will take a long time for animals to repopulate.
#SwitchOff your lights and tune in to a great night.
In light of the COVID-19 outbreak, Earth Hour will be celebrated a little differently. No matter where you are, together we’ll still be able to #SwitchOff and raise our voices for nature. Join tens of thousands across Australia from the comfort of your own home with Earth Hour Live.
So if you’re staying in on Saturday 28 March, join in to #SwitchOff and celebrate the most important Earth Hour. There will be live streaming a talented line-up of Aussie artists, comedians and special guests, and heaps more for you to watch in the dark right on the Earth Hour website - we go live, right to you, from 8:30pm AEDT.
So tell your friends, and swing by here for the biggest online house party ever!
Join us on Saturday 28 March at 8:30pm AEDT, we won’t leave you in the dark.