Turn Off Your Lights For World Earth Hour This Year!
Everyone has a part to play in shaping our world for the future and 2021 more than ever is the start of an important decade for our climate and nature. This year millions of people around the world will switch off their lights for an hour on Saturday 27thMarch to show they care about the future of our planet. Earth Hour 2021 — What’s new this year?
It’s certainly been a challenging year for all of us and art can be a huge inspiration and motivation in highlighting the beauty of our world in art. Art can save conservation issues from being a subject that people tire of. It can clarify and catch people unawares, conquering their apathy. Where would we be without the beauty and intensity of nature and wildlife all around us? Oenone Hammersley conservation — Oenone Hammersley is an artist whose passion for conservation is seen throughout her work. Having been inspired as a young girl visiting South Africa, her art has embraced the vibrancy of nature, from wildlife to trees, water, beaches and the wildness of the rainforests. This passion has led Hammersley to support many conservation charities and help spread the word, that together we can make a difference in helping to protect our future plane.
You definitely don’t have to be in the depths of the Amazon to appreciate this, as Spring arrives, the days are longer and the sun is brighter and nature wakes up stronger and brighter each day. This is exciting, invigorating and inspiring — we can help this world around us to continue with this brightness and light and so if we can all turn off the lights for one hour to make our point so that the world’s decision makers listen then lets all do our best to help and keep the colours and vibrancy of our world shining brightly, not only for arts sake but for the world’s sake!