March 19th 2016 at 8.30pm

Take action for Earth Hour

On March 19th 2016 at 8.30pm, millions of people all around the world turned off the lights for one hour, to celebrate their commitment to the planet. Earth Hour comes back on March 25th 2017. Join the movement and add your name!

Earth Hour City Challenge

"Through the Earth Hour City Challenge, WWF wants to help cities act as global solutions hotspots to speed up our transition towards a renewable energy based and sustainable future and promote the real changes that are being created every day from solar streetlamps to clean transit systems of the world's cities" Yolanda Kakabadse, President of WWF International

Paris, 2016 Global Earth Hour Capital

Paris is this year’s Global Earth Hour Capital. WWF’s Earth Hour City Challenge recognizes the “City of Light” as a role model for climate action and awards Paris for its ambitious vision and successful engagement with business, civil society and other cities on its journey toward sustainability.

Support our actions

You can go beyond the hour and help WWF's work by making a donation, adding your voice or simply by sharing one or several of our projects. It's you support that allows us to #ChangeClimateChange


To celebrate Kung Fu Panda 3, WWF and DreamWorks Animation have joined forces to protect our planet. Two iconic pandas make up the team.

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