7 Ways You Can Participate In Earth Hour

7 Ways You Can Participate In Earth Hour

Every year on the last Saturday of March, Earth Hour engages millions of people in more than 180 countries and territories, switching off their lights to show support for our planet. Earth Hour goes far beyond the symbolic action of switching off - it has become a catalyst for positive environmental impact, driving major legislative changes by harnessing the power of the people and collective action. The goal of Earth Hour is to raise awareness about energy consumption and its impact on the environment.

Earth Hour is an open-source and welcomes everyone and anyone to take part and help amplify their mission to unite people to protect our planet.

We, Páme Care encourage you to take part in Earth Hour this Saturday, March 27th at 8:30. Here are a few ways that you can participate:

1. Switch off your lights for an hour

Switch off your lights for an hour and get creative of things you can do in the dark. It only takes 60 minutes to raise awareness about energy consumption and how it impacts our environment. Stuck on what to do? Here are a few activities you can do in the dark:

  • Dinner in the dark
  • Board game night with candlelight
  • Movie/documentary night
  • Make a fort
  • Yoga
  • Educate yourself on environmental issues

2. Participate in Earth Hour's Virtual Spotlight

On the night of Earth Hour, @earthhourofficial will be posting a must-watch video on all of their social media pages, and all you have to do is watch and share it.

 Share it to your Stories or to your wall, re-Tweet it, send it via DM, tag friends in the comments - the choice is yours!

 Whether you share it with one person or one hundred, you'll be helping to place the spotlight on our planet, the issues we face, and our place within it all.

3. Take part in a virtual event 

Browse Earth Hour's directory of virtual events from around the world on the night of Earth Hour!

Visit @earthhourofficial on all social media platforms or for more information.

4. Host a virtual event for your community

Earth Hour has always drawn its power from the people. Bring your community together (virtually) for the Hour and be a local champion of a global movement! You can discuss what you, as a community can do to help positively impact the environment. 

5. Educate yourself of nature loss and climate change 

Awareness is the first step before action. Learn about the two biggest challenges of our time, and why they are more interconnected than you might think! Visit

6. Sign Earth Hour's Petition For Change 

Sign Earth Hour's "Voice for the Planet" petition to let world leaders know that you care about nature and that you demand urgent political action to protect our planet.

7. Share your story

Inspire and empower others to care for our planet! Post a photo of yourself on Instagram with the hashtag #VoiceForNature, or simply add the hashtag to an existing photo. In the caption, you can talk about where you're from, why nature is important to you and what you're doing to protect our planet.

Earth Hour will be featuring posts on their website and social pages!

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