🆘 The science is clear – nature and biodiversity loss are at its peak. Humanity’s unsustainable demands on the natural world are leading to climate breakdown, habitat loss, and wildlife in decline.
It is more evident than ever that our well-being and that of the planet are intrinsically linked, and both are under severe threat.
But don't be disheartened - all is not gloomy! We are optimistic that concerted conservation actions will contribute to a more secure and sustainable future for all.
This Earth Hour, we will be bringing into sharp focus stories of Conservation Heroes as India marks its 75th year of Independence. These agents of change give us hope that together we can help protect our planet – ultimately, boosting human well-being.
We wish to highlight such individual and collective actions that has the power to inspire efforts we can all take to #ShapeOurFuture. EXPLORE THESE STORIES
This Earth Hour 2022, be part of a voluntary global movement to "Shape Our Future" – and add your voice for our fragile planet.
Remember, Earth Hour is all about people's power. Your active support will make a tremendous impact to protect nature and everything that it holds together.
Don't forget to make a symbolic gesture of turning off your non-essential lights in solidarity for our planet on 26 March 2022 at 8:30 PM.
Let us make Nature Matter for both our own and the planet’s well-being. We are counting on YOU! PLEDGE NOW ✊