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- WWF Global
- Central African Republic
- Central America
- Democratic Republic of the Congo
- European Policy Office
THANK YOU FOR PARTICIPATING IN EARTH HOUR!
This year Earth Hour went virtual for the first time ever. People have shared their voice for nature online and participated in Earth Hour at home. We have also seen some major organizations supporting Earth Hour.
Missed the Earth Hour TV shows in Suriname and Guyana? You can still view them on our YouTube channel.
HOW TO SPEND EARTH HOUR AT HOME
There are lots of things you can do to show your support on and around the Hour
Watch our special Earth Hour TV Show,
Most importantly, turn off your lights
Share the Virtual Spotlight Video that
Share on your social media profile you
Remind your friends and family to
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HOW TO CONTRIBUTE AS AN ORGANIZATION
Your organization can participate in Earth Hour and show that it cares about nature. Let us know how you have participated in Earth Hour and we will make mention of it on our website, our Facebook account and in the press release that WWF-Guianas sends after Earth Hour.
What can your organization do?
Most importantly, turn off the indoorand outdoor lighting of your building, provided that safety is not compromised . The extinguishing of the lights is the global symbol of Earth Hour, in which millions of people, organizations and famous structures participate.
Show on your social media that you support Earth Hour and tell us why you're participating. We have put together a handy toolkit for you with materials that you can easily use on your social media, which you can downloadvia this link
Enthuse your employees to participate in Earth Hour. This can be done by hanging an Earth Hour poster or postinga message on intranet. Posters are in the toolkit.
Add the official Earth Hour logo to your website or the profile of your social media accounts. You can find it in the toolkit
Organize an online event about nature on social media. Here you can get a few ideas for an online event.
Watch the Earth Hour Talkshow about rivers in Suriname on channel 8.2 and in Guyana on E-Networks and on NCN or stream on our Facebook and Youtube page.
At Earth Hour 2021 we will be launching a regional campaign that will be designed to advocate for the protection of rivers from pollution. In Suriname, the campaign will focus on bringing an end to riverbed mining by calling for an end to the use of Scallions in rivers.