Fight against Climate Change

Impacts of climate change on nature. rel=
L to R: Corals become bleached when water temperatures rise too high and are sustained for too long. Fiji; Russian Arctic; Mountain pine beetle infestation in northern British Columbia, Canada.; A river of melt-water running down the slope of a toe of the Athabasca Glacier, Canada.; Drought in Ichkeul National Park, Tunisia.
© L to R: Cat HOLLOWAY / WWF; Peter Proksoch; D&J Huber; Wing-Chi Poon; Michel GUNTHER / WWF

Earth Hour

Earth Hour is a global campaign to encourage individuals, businesses and governments to protect and take positive actions for the environment.

From its inception as a single-city initiative in 2007, Earth Hour has grown into a worldwide sustainability movement where hundreds of millions of people from every continent come together to acknowledge the importance of protecting our planet and celebrating that commitment.

For more information, visit the Earth Hour Singapore website here.

© Earth Hour
Earth Hour 2012
© Earth Hour

Preventing a Global Temperature Rise

Floods, droughts, hotter summers or colder winters — climate change is causing unusual weather in many parts of the world including Singapore. If we are to avoid catastrophic climate change, we must ensure that the average increase in global temperature must stay at 1.5oC (above pre-industrial level as agreed in the Paris Agreement). To achieve this, global net emissions of greenhouse gases must decrease by at least 45% from 2010 level by 2030, and reach net zero emission by 2050.

WWF is working with governments, industries, civil society, and local communities towards an equitable and just transition world that limits warming to 1.5oC, protecting people and nature, and building a climate resilient future.