Earth Hour: Turn The Lights Down Low
Wondering what free and easy step you can take to make this world a better place? Turn off your lights is one way to start. You’re saving energy and money simultaneously. This weekend marks the second 60 Earth Hour. Earth Hour was created by The World Wild Life Fund and started in Sydney Australia last in 2007 where over 2,000 corporations and countless households shut their lights for an hour. You may have seen this on the news, the bright beautiful skyline was shut down to say to the world, hey, it’s time to wake up and make a difference. This was all over the news and captured the interest of people worldwide. This year, Earth Hour has taken the world’s stage and is happening in cities all over the world, 370 cities are taking part this year, 35 in America alone. The event in 2007 was equivalent to 48,000 cars being taken off the road, imagine what this year will do. Pull out that bag of tea lights, light those beautiful scented candles that adorn your shelves and get romantic this Saturday night at 8pm. Take part in something amazing. Make a difference, it’s as easy as turning off the lights. You can sign up for information and cool news at www.earthhour.org you can also check out their video on YouTube and watch last years event unfold.
1. Go to www.Youtube.com
2. Search for Earth Hour 2008
3. Watch and be inspired
I can’t wait to hear about all of your experiences, so come back and tell me what you did Saturday at 8pm!
Labels: Global Warming