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WWF’s landmark movement, Earth Hour, once again united millions of people around the world to show their commitment to nature on Saturday, 27 March 2021 at 8.30pm

We invited everyone to pledge to switch off this Earth Hour and show you want a healthy natural world we can all rely on, and support efforts to save our wildlife, save our forests and save ourselves. Protect nature, as it is one of our greatest allies against climate change and is vital for our survival and prosperity. 

We invited lecturers and students to join millions and raise their voices for nature by participating in the inaugural ‘Earth Hour #Connect2Earth Pledge for Nature’ nationwide contest. WWF-Malaysia extends heartfelt thanks to all the participating educational institutions and many congratulations to the winners. See the results here.

Thank you for Speaking Up for Nature.
  1. Open to all educational institutions in Malaysia.
  2. Lecturers and students will undertake activities, for example promoting the pledge on their educational institution and personal social media channels, encouraging friends and family to pledge, etc. to get as many people as possible to sign the #Connect2Earth pledge for nature at wwf.org.my/pledge
  3. Please remind all pledgers to put in your specific educational institution’s name/code in the Company / Educational Institution form field so we can attribute pledges.
  4. The top three educational institutions who generate the most pledges between 1 February 2021 to Earth Day 22 April 2021 in each of the two categories below = six winners will receive certificates and be acknowledged in an article on wwf.org.my
    • Primary schools and secondary schools
    • Universities / Colleges
  5. All participating educational institutions will be mentioned in a report to be published on 22 May 2021 World Biodiversity Day.
  6. Guidelines for videos and communications (print and online) to promote pledges:
    • No usage of the WWF panda logo/ photos featuring the WWF panda logo in your profile photo or any posts/stories/highlights or printed collaterals. Use of the WWF panda logo is subject to strict brand and licensing laws.
    • Please use instead the text ‘In support of WWF-Malaysia’ in your posts or printed collaterals. You may also use the 60+ Earth Hour logo.
    • If you are setting up a new page, please do not name your social media page wwfmy, wwf, wwfmalaysia or any variations of our organisation’s name, as the public may likely be confused that it is one of our channels.  
    • Please do not infringe any copyright in terms of the photos, images, video footage, use of external party logos and music that you use for your social media posts or printed collaterals in support of WWF-Malaysia. 
    • Please use #EarthHour #Connect2Earth #wwfmy
    • Please feel free to tag us at:
      • https://www.instagram.com/wwfmy
      • https://fb.com/wwfmy
      • https://twitter.com/wwfmy
      • https://www.tiktok.com/@wwfmalaysia
  7. Please do not use domestic animals or wildlife, Styrofoam, plastic utensils and plates/ bowls, or disposable plastic water bottles if you are undertaking events to drive pledges. Please also adhere to all social distancing and MCO guidelines.
Thank you for your important support and participation.