Organise a Dim-Light Karaoke: Let your guests be the stars for a night. It’s even better when they can be hardly seen – the best talent reveals itself when no one’s watching!
Begin the day with Yoga: Whether it’s the Bhujangasana (snake pose), the Mudrasana (seal pose) or the Vrikshasna (the balancing tree pose), Yoga is heavily inspired by the natural world. You can help bring your guests closer to nature by introducing them to their own inner self and a healthy way of life.
Earth Hour à la carte: Serve what’s seasonal and local. Serve healthy and sustainable local dishes to your guests - show them how small choices can create big environmental impacts!
Screen a horror film for the brave-hearted: “Ink-black darkness filled the street and fear filled the heart. Neither a human face, nor a flicker of light...” Screen a horror film to run a chill down everyone’s spine!
Host a candle-light dinner – for old times’ sake! An old but time-tested way of giving your guests a serene and romantic experience.
Least but not the last! Upload your party pictures and funny videos and let us know how you celebrated the hour this time around! Use the link here to tell us what you did so that we can tell the world.
SPREAD THE WORD
Spread the Word: Ask everyone around to switch off and celebrate the hour! Feel free to use the Earth Hour posters and banners on your, social media, website and office space to let others join the movement too. Download the Earth Hour kit.
Donate your social feed: Spread awareness about Earth Hour on your social media pages to show that you stand united with us against climate change. Your voice is important!
Take the hour’s symbolism further and create a tangible impact!
Pledge to Go Solar: Adopt rooftop solar and power yourself on solar energy. Do you find yourself asking how going solar may benefit your organization? We answer this and many other questions you may have in our Why Go Solar and FAQ sections!
Earth Hour is the world’s largest, environmental grassroots movement in history, connecting hundreds of millions of people all over the planet.