Earth hour 2019 set to be largest festival for nature
The world’s largest grassroots movement for the environment returns to Singapore with an electrifying festival of music, food and culture.
Earth Hour 2019 will bring together communities for environmental change, by highlighting the impact of individual actions on nature.
Organised by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), the three-day festival features nature-themed experiences that highlight the rapid loss of nature and its impact.
Through workshops and activities, Earth Hour aims to reach thousands in Singapore to be conscious citizens that make sustainable choices on a daily basis.
Earth Hour 2019 (March 29-31) aims to rally the local community and build a city that comes together as Conscious Citizens to drive major change For Nature.
The highlight of the festival is a countdown concert on March 30. Featuring some of Singapore’s biggest local and international acts, the concert will count down to the symbolic Earth Hour lights out that takes place in 180 countries and territories around the globe.
Driving home the sustainability message, Earth Hour will be carbon neutral, zero waste and feature sustainable solutions for large-scale events. These solutions include eliminating disposables, the use of reusable containers and bags, and a physical set up created from recycled wooden pallets that can be dismantled and reused.
Earth Hour 2019 is supported by the following partners: Buro., Collective Minds, ES Power, Kiss92 FM, LIDL Singapore, Love Nature, Marina Bay Sands, Samsonite, Sky Premium, Starhub, Takashimaya, The Fashion Pulpit, Wing Tai Retail and XCEL & Triple Eyelid.
Earth Hour is WWF’s global environmental movement. Born in Sydney in 2007, Earth Hour has grown to become the world’s largest grassroots movement for the environment, inspiring individuals, communities, businesses and organizations in more than 180 countries and territories to take tangible climate action for over a decade.
More recently, Earth Hour has focused on raising awareness and inspiring conversations on why nature matters.
The movement recognizes the role of individuals in creating solutions to the planet’s most pressing environmental challenges and harnesses the collective power of its millions of supporters to build a sustainable future for all.
WWF is one of the world’s largest and most respected independent conservation organisations.
Our mission is to stop the degradation of the earth’s natural environment and to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature.
WWF- Singapore helps protect Singapore’s essential needs through the actions of individuals, businesses and governments in the region. To meet key conservation goals, we address issues such as deforestation, haze pollution, food security, sustainable consumption and illegal wildlife trade.