The Eurovision Song Contest and the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) have joined forces to demand action is taken to save our planet.
Sharing Eurovision’s passion for international cooperation, the WWF works in nearly 100 countries, collaborating with people around the globe to develop and deliver innovative solutions that protect communities, wildlife, and the places in which they live.
At its heart, the Eurovision Song Contest has always been about using your voice as best you can, and so we're encouraging fans to use theirs to speak up for nature by signing up to the #VoiceForThePlanet campaign at voicefortheplanet.eu.
Together, our voices will demonstrate a global demand for action that will be presented at crucial international conferences, where new global targets on nature will be set by governments across the world.
We want as many people to sign up as possible because, together, we believe we can influence change.
Martin Österdahl, Executive Supervisor of the Eurovision Song Contest, explains:
“We are really excited to partner with WWF this year and support their Voice for the Planet campaign. The Eurovision Song Contest is all about using the sound of the human voice to unite the world and we know the millions of fans watching will want to raise their voices to support a sustainable future,”
Felicity Glennie Holmes, WWF International added:
“The planet needs our voices more than ever, so as a unique community partner we are thrilled about this collaboration. We continue to strive to get people to use their voice to speak up for all that we depend on. Echoing the Contest’s call to people to ‘Open Up’, we too ask people to open up to a shared future that safeguards our health and that of the planet. We hope that Eurovision Song Contest fans and WWF supporters alike can take this chance to celebrate the rich diversity of our planet, and ask many more to use the power of their voice.”
Now is not the time to remain silent. Open Up to a living planet by adding your voice and be part of this global movement.