Around the world, every day, millions of people take actions – big and small – that contribute to making their community and their world a more sustainable place to live.
Reliable, useful journalism needs your support.
Over 600 readers have donated over the years, to make articles like this one possible. We need your support to help Citizen Matters sustain and grow. Please do contribute today. Donate now
But what difference do those those 24 little hours actually make?
In fact, what difference can we all make if we sum up the 24 hours of everyone around the globe who is out there doing something positive for the planet?
On September 23rd WWF invites YOU to help answer these questions. We will share these ideas in a global discussion using the free micro-blogging service Twitter.
We want to know about the environmental issues that you care about and the action that you are taking to address them.
Do you take shorter showers? Recycle? Bike to work? Volunteer for a local environmental group? Tell us about it!
For 24 hours, starting at 9am in Auckland, New Zealand, WWF staff will join the discussion and share their stories about what a difference their day makes. More then 60 individual WWF staff members representing over 35 countries will be participating in the event.
This is your opportunity to be in touch with the people working on the ground; our specialists working with species, climate change, public policy and much more.
People like Kimunya Mugo, from Kenya, tweeting on his work in Eastern Africa. Or polar bear expert, Geoff York, talking about his expeditions to the Arctic. All the way to New York, where Jim Leape, CEO of WWF International, will be unveiling the latest about climate change negotiations at the United Nations.
Join the conversation on Sept. 23rd: post an update on Twitter with #wwf24! ⊕