Earth Hour: Help save the planet on March 28th!

Via on Mar 23, 2009

Want to help save the planet?

Good deal… me too!

Earth Hour

On March 28th, from 8:30 to 9:30 PM local time, all you have to do is turn off everything you own that requires power.

Pretty simple, and yet super effective. Almost 1,200 cities this year have agreed to participate, some big ones including Chicago, Vancouver, and Mumbai.

Also, if you haven’t seen the video that Alex, I, and Elephant did last year for this awesome day, check it out!

Earth Hour, Boulder 2008


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3 Responses to “Earth Hour: Help save the planet on March 28th!”

  1. […] here. Earth Hour is a joke. The fact that people are saying they are “getting ready for Earth Hour,” is a bigger joke. Preparing to read by candlelight for an hour tomorrow night? “Your […]

  2. IrelandErin_ says:

    That is very cool, Way- how do I find that for Denver? Go to Vimeo? I am looking forward to an hour of Peace and quiet. I know there are naysayers..Le Sigh – aren't there always? Candle burning creates carbon…yadayadayada- there is room for all viewpoints and healthy, heated debate is the best way to leaern….

    But the point is awareness. Can we save the planet in one day?

    Of course not, but we can raise awareness ONE candlelit night at a time!

    Blessings – Sustainability is Sexy

  3. […] for Earth Hour”, about 7% of the world’s population[5] would be affected. A huge impact for environmental awareness throughout the […]

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