Thank you for taking time out for nature this Earth Hour on March 25, 8:30 pm local time.

Thank you for taking time out for nature

To celebrate Earth Hour 2023, we called on all Australians to sign up to switch off and join a worldwide community of millions taking #TimeOutForNature. We needed to take time out for our planet. Our environment continues to degrade at an alarming pace. Eastern Australia is among the 24 global deforestation fronts, and we are the only developed nation on this list. An estimated 200,000 trees are bulldozed in Australia every day. That’s 8,000 trees every hour. Trees are the lungs of our planet, and we need them to help reverse the impacts of climate change. Earth Hour is the time to press Pause and work together to protect nature and restore what we have lost. Thank you for taking #TimeOutForNature this Earth Hour.

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To celebrate Earth Hour we released revealed 60 minutes of stunning Slow TV. Watch it below.

Trees aerial shot

From deforestation to reforestation

Learn more about why trees are the champions when it comes to fighting climate change.

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