Join the global movement of people working together to build a better, safer, fairer future for all

This December, the governments of more than 190 nations will gather in Paris to discuss a new global agreement on climate change, to reduce carbon pollution and avoid the threat of dangerous climate change. The current global plan expires in 2020, so Paris is about committing to a plan for the decade after that and beyond.

With the global spotlight on climate change, this is our chance to join together and demonstrate the power and momentum that already exists and is growing everyday in households, businesses and communities across Australia.

Over the next six months and leading up to the federal election next year, there are so many ways to take part in this historic movement for a better, safer and fairer future for all.

Be part of the journey

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Aussie 'Lights Out' in 2014


Earth Hour Australia's Egg-cellent Launch Video 

Raisin temperatures and more egg-streme weather events are threatening Aussie farms. But don't feel beet, or bleu!  There's still a shallot you can do.

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    The Earth Hour Story

    Earth Hour launched in Sydney in 2007, with 2.2 million people and 2,100 businesses participating in the ‘lights off’ event.