Switch off to join the future
We have come a long way in 10 years. What started as an Aussie grassroots movement has grown the world’s biggest movement for climate change, now celebrated in 172 countries and 7,000 cities around the world.
In 2017, WWF is celebrating 10 years of Earth Hour and 10 years of progress on changing climate change.
Our actions on climate change will shape the future for our children. Since they were born, our children have been taught to be active recyclers, aware of renewable power alternatives, and informed about the effects of pollution on our planet. They know more about climate change than any other generation. And they have extraordinary views on what they want for their planet.
On Saturday, 25th March, switch off to support progress for the next generation. Switch off to #JoinTheFuture.