We are the first generation to know that we’re destroying our planet. And we are the last that can do anything about it. From calling on our leaders to come together and act to protect nature, to making changes in our communities, homes and workplaces, we all have a role to play in the fight for wildlife, people and our planet.
The nature on our own doorstep is under serious threat. Support our work to protect Scotland’s nature and climate by taking part in our campaigns, signing up to our newsletter or becoming a member of WWF.
More information coming soon.
Taking place on the last Saturday of March every year, Earth Hour is a global moment where millions of people around the world switch off their lights for our future and our planet.
More people than ever before are waking up to the nature and climate crisis. We’ve destroyed forests, polluted the oceans and messed up the climate. But what happens next is up to us. Join Earth Hour Scotland to be part of the change.
With more and more people from all ages and backgrounds calling for stronger action on climate change, public concern is at an all-time high – but our leaders aren’t acting with the urgency we need.
In November 2021, hundreds of world leaders and tens of thousands of participants will descend on Glasgow for vital UN climate talks. We will be playing our part along with other civil society organisations in ensuring the voice of the people is heard and urgent action is taken.