Coming up towards the end of this month is something called “Earth Hour.” What started as a regional event that took place in Australia last year how now become a global phenomena. Countries and cities from all across the globe are joining together to turn off their lights in unison for one hour.
Earth Hour is not just about cutting back your emissions for one hour. It’s about taking a stand and thinking ahead about what you, your neighbors and your city can do to help to stop global warming. This is an entirely volunteer thing and no one is required to do this, but I urge you, on March 29, 2008 at 8pm central time, join us and turn off your lights for one hour.
not only can you turn your lights off for one hour, but go ahead and make a pledge to do something, anything around your home to save electricity and money. If you are not sure what to do, check out our “Stop Global Warming” page to see all of the different things you can do to make a difference.