Friday Food for Thought: Earth Hour


27th March 2020



Take part in Earth Hour tomorrow by turning your lights off at 8:30pm for one hour.

The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) started Earth Hour in 2007. The worldwide event aims to show global solidarity and support for protecting the natural environment.

All of the activities associated with Earth Hour have been moved online in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Participants are encouraged to tune into on-the-night live streams, take part in the TikTok #DanceForThePlanet challenge and share their Earth Hour experiences online. More ideas can be found on the WWF website.

Circular Tayside

Circular Tayside is delivered by Zero Waste Scotland, Dundee and Angus Chamber of Commerce and Perthshire Chamber of Commerce. Circular Tayside is an initiative that: Raises awareness of the circular economy, the role the local businesses have to play in it, and how they will benefit. Facilitates collaboration amongst the local business community to enable our circular economy to develop. Supports individual businesses as they begin to identify and implement new and innovative approaches to businesses that support a transition to a circular economy Brings together a group of Circular Tayside Ambassadors who will be leaders in their sectors and champions of the circular economy.

Zero Waste Scotland

Helping Scotland create a more #CircularEconomy & realise the economic, environmental & social benefits of using resources sustainably. #ScotGov & #ESIF funded.

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