About Campaignends 30 Jun 2023, 11:59 PM
Beyond the symbolic action of switching off, Earth Hour has become a catalyst for positive environmental impact, driving major legislative changes by harnessing the power of the people and collective action.
This coming Earth Hour 2023 resonates with people from all walks of life as a powerful symbol of unity, hope, and power in collective change to bring about systemic transformation. Earth Hour 2023 will transition the movement from advocacy to action and thereby extending beyond just the one-hour switch off. We aim to inspire and galvanise collective action from communities and individuals toward a low carbon, climate-resilient Singapore through multiple engagements.
This year, brew your own Kosong Plan! The Singapore Kosong Plan is a commitment that brings businesses, organisations and individuals together to help achieve a low carbon, climate-resilient Singapore.
As an individual, you can start today by making your own Singapore Kosong Plan at www.wwf.sg/earthhour/kosong-plan or make a donation to support our Net-Zero local projects in Singapore.
About the Charity
An independent conservation organisation active in nearly 100 countries, WWF works to sustain the natural world for the benefit of people and wildlife.
We started our WWF-Singapore office in March 2006 to educate individuals on making informed choices; to partner with businesses to help them identify sustainable business practices and reduce their ecological footprint and to collaborate with authorities and policymakers for enforcement efforts.
Together with you, we can address the greatest environmental threats in Singapore, and protect the natural resources that sustain and inspire us.
Registration number: World Wide Fund for Nature (Singapore) Limited (UEN T06CC1999F)