Saturday, March 27, 2010

Earth Hour - - Lights Off Tonight

Earth Day for Earth Hour
Earth Day is a month away, but another opportunity to join thefight climate change is just around the corner.On Saturday, March 27 at 8:30 PM, millions of people across the globe will take a stand against climate change by turning off their lights for one hour - Earth Hour. Earth hour is a chance to drive the environmental movement forward with one simple action. More than that, your participation will have impact outside of the usual suspects - you will raise climate awareness amongst your friends, family, and neighbors.
Earth Day Network is proud to be an official supporter of Earth Hour. We know that when millions of dedicated people gather to demand change, it works. Be the difference between the status quo and the substantive change needed for a more sustainable future: join us by taking action during Earth Hour.
Easy participation, here.
The State Capitol is going dark, too.

This Saturday, let's demonstrate our resolve and take Earth Hour to the next level. Visit to find out how you can play your part.

We can't wait to see the difference you make!

Thank you for everything you do,

The Team,
Earth Day Network

P.S. Don't forget - Turn off your non-essential lights at 8:30 PM this Saturday for Earth Hour.

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