Are you going to turn out your lights?

Earth Hour 2010

summary: reminder about Earth Hour 2010; suggestions for what to eat while the lights are out;

Earth Hour 2010

Why get involved?

Put simply, because our future depends on it!

Earth Hour has done a lot to raise awareness of climate change issues. But there’s more to it than switching off lights for one hour once a year. It’s all about giving people a voice on the future of our planet and working together to create a sustainable low carbon future for our planet.

Please, turn out your lights for Earth Hour 20:30-21:30 27 March, 2010

I know. That’s RIGHT in the middle of dinner! But dining by candlelight can be fun. Have a fondue party! For dessert, go outside and gaze at the stars. With all the lights turned off, maybe you’ll be able to see them.

Suggestions for what to have for dinner:

Yes, it’s a very small gesture. One hour of blackout is not really likely to change the world drastically. But, please, turn out your lights for Earth Hour anyway.

Just to show that you would like to see a change in attitude towards our planet. After all, it’s our home. Let’s do some spring cleaning.

VOTE EARTH Too bad it isn’t “Earth Hours”. (Turn off your lights whenever you’re not using them!)

Earth Hour, global warming


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