Earth Hour In Canada | WWF-Canada
	© Patrick Doyle / WWF-Canada

Count down to Earth Hour

This Earth Hour, March 24 at 8:30 p.m. local time, switch off your lights and #Connect2Earth to draw attention to wildlife loss in Canada and around the world.
Visit here to download a toolkit to create your own Earth Hour experience.
In Canada, populations of more than one-half of monitored species have already declined by 83 per cent on average since 1970. Globally, we’re on track to lose 67 per cent of wildlife populations by 2020.
The causes? Habitat loss, pollution, unsustainable harvest, invasive species and climate change, which risks causing one in six species to go extinct.
This year, when you turn out the lights, show that you want to reverse the decline of wildlife and visit to share what wildlife and nature means to you.
To help reverse wildlife decline, WWF-Canada works toward:
  • Meaningful marine and coastal protections
  • Healthy freshwater ecosystems
  • Responsible development solutions that conserve wildlife
  • Low-impact sustainable fisheries
  • Renewable energy expansion without conflict with wildlife
  • Doubling wild tiger population by 2022
  • Engaging Canadians to protect nature

Download a toolkit to create your own Earth Hour experience

Earth Hour 2018 
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Candles for Lights Out 
	© Mill St. Brewery
Candles for Lights Out
© Mill St. Brewery

Mill St. Lights Out

From now until Earth Hour on March 24, Mill St. Brewery is donating 50 cents from every pint sold at partner venues to support the conservation work of WWF-Canada.