Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Vote Earth! Switch Off Lights For Earth Hour

In March, 2009, world leaders meet in Copenhagen to agree on a post-Kyoto policy for tackling climate change. One billion people voting with their light switch during Earth Hour will create a powerful mandate for our leaders to take strong and decisive action on climate change in Copenhagen. Earth Hour is asking us to help spread the word about the importance of turning your lights out for one hour at 8.30pm on March 28. In California the Golden Gate Bridge goes dark, in Times Square the Coca Cola billboard goes dark, and so much more. This is a call to stand up and take control over the future of our planet.


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Anonymous said...

The interesting thing about this years campaign is that, as we get into the home stretch with just over two weeks to go, there are over 1,000 cities involved with Earth Hour. A massive increase from last years number of around 370.

The billion people is still the biggest target, so everyone needs to join the Vote Earth community (live 13 March) on http://www.voteearth2009.org to have your say. Get your friends to join - encourage, push and beg. One billion people is a lot to get behind a campaign, but it will help with making a difference at Copenhagen.

To have a look at the campaign material go to:

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