Earth Hour

Earth Hour

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Our rivers know no boundaries, and neither should climate action :) It’s time to turn the tide on ‪#‎ClimateChange‬!  Photo by Caroline Bennett for Everydayclimatechange

Our rivers know no boundaries, and neither should climate action :) It’s time to turn the tide on ‪ Photo by Caroline Bennett for Everydayclimatechange

‪#‎DYK‬ that our  has lost half of its wetlands to date since 1900? :o Photo by James Whitlow Delano for Everydayclimatechange

‪ that our has lost half of its wetlands to date since :o Photo by James Whitlow Delano for Everydayclimatechange

We can all be heroes for our planet through our actions, big or small. We hope the story of the ‘Forest Man of India’ inspires you to help ‪#‎ChangeClimateChange‬! (Photo by Franck Vogel for Everydayclimatechange)

We can all be heroes for our planet through our actions, big or small. We hope the story of the ‘Forest Man of India’ inspires you to help ‪ (Photo by Franck Vogel for Everydayclimatechange)

It's the start of the week and a pretty apt time to pay a tribute to the source of all life on Earth - water :) Photo credit: Ashley Crowther for Everydayclimatechange

It's the start of the week and a pretty apt time to pay a tribute to the source of all life on Earth - water :) Photo credit: Ashley Crowther for Everydayclimatechange

What is the word that comes to your mind when you see an image of a desert - Hot? Uninhabitable? Barren? For us, it is resilience - an attribute we can all learn from in our efforts to #ChangeClimateChange Photo credit: Sean Gallagher for Everydayclimatechange

What is the word that comes to your mind when you see an image of a desert - Hot? For us, it is resilience - an attribute we can all learn from in our efforts to Photo credit: Sean Gallagher for Everydayclimatechange

A school girl watches the rising tide in Ghana, Africa, a continent on the frontlines of ‪#‎climatechange‬.  Photo by Matilde Gattoni for Everydayclimatechange.

A school girl watches the rising tide in Ghana, Africa, a continent on the frontlines of ‪ Photo by Matilde Gattoni for Everydayclimatechange.

We Love Cities! #WWF created the Earth Hour City Challenge to mobilise action and support from cities all over the world in the global transition towards a climate-friendly future.   There are 163 cities across the world in the running to be named the #EarthHour Capital for 2014. The City of #Vancouver was crowned Global Earth Hour Capital in 2013 for its holistic approach to sustainable urban development. Will your city be next?

WWF created the Earth Hour City Challenge to mobilise action and support from cities all over the world in the global transition towards a climate-friendly future. There are 163 cities.

For the past few years, Earth Hour has made a massive impact around the world thanks to the power of the crowd. But for 2014, we want to make an even greater one.  Soon we'll be unleashing something different, bigger and bolder than before. We'll be unleashing Earth Hour Blue. We'll be unleashing your power. This Earth Hour, use your power at http://earthhour.org

Earth Hour 2014 Video 60 sec. To prove we can unite. For the past few years, Earth Hour has made a massive impact around the world thanks to the power of the crowd. But for we want to make an even greater one with your help.

The first #EarthHour 2014 is just a few hours away! Something new and exciting is coming soon. We call it Earth Hour Blue. Get ready to use #YourPower in 2014.

Something new and exciting is coming soon. We call it Earth Hour Blue.

By Adriana Calvelo

Celebrated by WWF International Staff in 2013 / By Adriana Calvelo

Earth Hour Timelapse - Toronto, Canada by Dave Dunville. The CN Tower, Rogers Centre, RBC, World Mastercard Fashion Week, and a few others switched off their lights for Earth Hour. Time lapse was captured throughout the day and then finally between the hours of 7pm and 11pm.

Earth Hour Timelapse - Toronto, Canada by Dave Dunville. The CN Tower, Rogers Centre, RBC, World Mastercard Fashion Week, and a few others switched off their lights for Earth Hour. Time lapse was captured throughout the day and then finally between the hours of 7pm and 11pm.