Various locations, Sydney, NSW, 2000, Australia
24th March 2018
On Saturday 24 March, Earth Hour invites all Australians to switch off their lights between 8.30-9.30pm. It’s a simple but powerful sign of support to recognise the impact of climate change on Earth. It’s also a time to consider what this means for your own backyard, with the incredible flora and fauna found nowhere else in the world in danger of extinction if you don’t act fast. From the national treasure of the Great Barrier Reef to your iconic koala in the forest, to the much-loved penguins of Antarctica, unique wildlife and the natural places you love face an uncertain future unless you step up to protect your planet and your home from the impact of the modern, industrial world.