Celebrate Earth Hour this March
Cook a special dinner with and for your loved ones. Set up some candles or solar powered lights for a cosy, intimate atmosphere in the comfort of your own home. Try creating dishes made from food that’s been locally or sustainably sourced.
With the lights out, there’s no better time to go stargazing! Gather your mates and venture out to a dark, open spot near your home - it’s the best way to see the brightest stars in the night sky. See if you can spot any constellations!
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3 - Dust off the board games
With the screens off, it’s time to turn to good old-fashioned entertainment such as board games or quiz nights. You can also play charades or cards.
4 - Get into nature
Earth Hour is only one hour, but why not make a day of it? Plant native plants, flowers or trees, or go for a bushwalk.
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5 - Go on a moonlit walk
Get outside after dark and walk by the light of the moon. If you have a camera, take it with you and practice your night-time photography skills.
“The intent behind Earth Hour is not just about turning off lights for an hour; it is to remind us of our responsibility towards environmental conservation”
– Mohith Agadi.
Thanks for keeping our oceans clean and forests green!
Pure Planet Club Team