On Saturday, March 23rd, from 6:30 pm to “Lights Out” at 8:30 pm, we will air our Earth Hour Live broadcast, featuring conversations about some of the goals our organisation has for Bermuda, efforts being made in the community to live and operate more sustainably, and practical steps we can all take to play our part in creating a sustainable future for generations to come. During the live broadcast, we will also seek to raise funds for our Offshore Wind Feasibility Study Series through pledges and donations, while encouraging the viewing audience to sign up as individual members and corporate supporters as well.

Earth Hour Live will be broadcast on Channel 82, CITV, our YouTube Channel, our Facebook Page, and our website, greenrock.org.



  • To strengthen our connection with nature, inspire environmental action and raise awareness about sustainable living.

Time and Date

  • 6:30pm - 8:30pm Saturday, March 23rd, 2024 (Lights Out from 8:30 - 9:30pm)

Last year’s broadcast included the following topics:

  • What are planetary boundaries and how can humanity continue to develop and thrive within them for generations to come?
  • What is the Offshore Wind Feasibility Study Series and why is it important to the acceleration of renewable energy deployment in Bermuda?
  • Why is the RA requesting an update to the recent Energy IRP?
  • How is Fossil Fuel Energy Generation continuing to impact residents in proximity to the North Power Station and what are the neighbouring communities doing in an effort to see the current nuisances resolved?
  • What are the pros and cons of Offshore Wind Farms and how have countries that have implemented the technology fared in recent years?
  • How has the renewable energy market grown in Bermuda over the past few years and who has been benefitting from its expansion?

Did you miss the 2022 live event? Take a look at it now!



The Live Recording from 2021 is also available on our YouTube Channel.




Collective Action for Our Future

Every year, we countdown together across the globe to celebrate Earth Hour and take one iconic action: switch off the lights. But it is so much more than that. It is a symbol of unity. It is a symbol of hope. It is a demonstration of the power of collective action for our future and the planet's. Join us in creating the Biggest Hour for Earth on 23rd March - switch off your lights and spend 60 minutes doing something positive for our planet!


Your Hour, Your Power.

Through Earth Hour we know that each and every one of us has the power to make a positive impact on our planet, but it’s up to us as individuals to decide how we do so. To empower you with the resources needed to make an impact, we have created an interactive document titled the Earth Hour Guide to Getting Involved.  This document lays out a list of carefully thought-out recommendations for businesses, people, schools and community organizations.  Click on the cover image below to open the online document or download the PDF file and share it with your friends. Spread the word on social - use the hashtag #EarthHourBda




The full schedule for Earth Hour is as follows:

12:00pm – 5:00pm Living Green Expo Upper Level, Washington Mall
6:00pm Children's activities, including face painting, bouncy castle and giant Jenga City Hall Lawn
6:00pm – 7:20pm Surviving Progress, an acclaimed documentary featuring interviews with film director Martin Scorcese, anthropologist Jane Goodall and physicist Stephen Hawking Earl Cameron Theatre,
City Hall
6:00pm-7:30pm Reading corner - Bermuda National Library hosts a reading to enlighten children through fun stories about how they can do their part to conserve energy and minimize their waste  City Hall
6:45pm Bermuda Yoga and Horizon Health yoga and Pilates classes City Hall Lawn
7:30pm Rebecca Faulkenberry and Reeve Carney, stars of Broadway's Spider-Man:Turn Off the Dark City Hall Lawn
7:30pm-9:30pm Performances by In Motion dancers, Rock Fire, Island Teaser, DanceSations and TROIKA as well as spoken word artist Tiffany Paynter; ecoRUNWAY trash fashion show by Bermuda High School for Girls City Hall steps
8:30pm-9:30pm Walk of Flame celebrating Earth Hour begins and ends at City Hall

Below is a list of those signed up to switch off for Earth Hour 2014 in Bermuda.


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Donations help us fund the day-to-day operations of the organisation, allowing us to maintain our existing programmes while exploring new programmes for the future.