Nature is essential for all things we need to survive and thrive. But human activity is pushing the natural system we all rely on to the edge, threatening all life on Earth.
On 28 March 2020, millions of people around the globe will join hands in an effort to combat climate change. Switching off the lights for one hour on Earth Hour symbolises a commitment to change beyond the hour. If we all adopt a sustainable lifestyle, we can protect the earth's biodiversity and create a brighter future for the next generation.
As we call on World leaders to commit to an ambitious 'New Deal for Nature and People' that protects and restores nature by 2030, join us at Tsim Sha Tsui as we showcase activities that encourage you to adopt a more sustainable lifestyle. Add your voice to call for a 'New Deal for Nature' that safeguards nature and sets it on a path of recovery by 2030.
We need everyone -- individuals, communities, businesses, politicians and government -- to help create a future where humans and nature thrive. We'll see you there.