Climate Change

Happy Earth Hour

Saturday, March 27th, at 8:30 pm, join 3,100 cities across 121 countries and territories and turn out your lights.  You will be joining them to send a strong message that more needs to be done to fight climate change.

World Wildlife Fund seems to be leading the way in offering climate friendly tips and tools for Earth Hour.   WWF Canada is offering e-cards that you can use to remind your friends about Earth Hour.  Some Canadian events can be found on the participating cities website

Meanwhile, WWF-US has a web page that you can sign up on to help support your state in changing to a climate friendly color.   You can watch a video that shows climate change and some of our world’s landmarks turning off their lights for Earth Hour.  They also have a countdown clock.

The mothership, so to speak, is Earth Hour’s own website with links about every participating country.

This being the Friday File, it wouldn’t seem right to leave out an Earth Hour game (even though if you’re a regular reader of the Friday File you may have seen this little guy before!).  Check it out at the game website.

Enjoy, and join in the worldwide Earth Hour fun!

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Alison Wheatley

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2 Comments

  1. October 18, 2010 at 12:12 pm

    earth hour really helps promote awareness on how to conserve energy *’;

  2. November 8, 2010 at 6:08 am

    we always join the Earth Hour because it is one of the ways that you can show your support on the environment `

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