Earth Hour, the largest global grassroots movement for the environment, will bring together millions of people, businesses and leaders from around the world who will shine a spotlight on the urgent need to address nature loss and climate change. “The Earth Hour movement has been celebrated in South Africa and the world over for more than a decade. This year, we have an incredible opportunity to join hands as citizens of the world during a global virtual event. We are calling on our supporters to shine a spotlight on some of the most pressing environmental issues of the day by signing up as a ‘nature hero’ for the hour,” says Dr Morné du Plessis, CEO of WWF South Africa. Uniting online and speaking up for nature On the night of Earth Hour, WWF South Africa will share a special Earth Hour 2021 campaign video narrated by the multi-award-winning actor, director and playwright Dr John Kani and encourage participants to share this on their social media platforms. This video shows the links between pandemics, climate change and pollution, and the role of nature in addressing these challenges. To receive the video, sign up here www.wwf.org.za/earth_hour/.
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