Can you turn off your lights for just one hour for the good of our planet?
Hey, I just signed up on the new Earth Hour website for 2010 and I thought you might like to take a look and possibly sign up, too.
Earth Hour is on March 27, 2010 at 8:30 pm, and it looks like it's going to be THE BIGGEST EVER.
As of today: 92 countries are now participating in Earth Hour, making this the largest call to action against climate change in history. 366105 people have signed up so far to participate in North America. 5632376 Wordwide Supporters! 2775 in Crystal Lake and Cary, IL!
On Saturday, March 27, 2010, at 8:30 pm, Debra Kukulski of RE/MAX Unlimited Northwest will take part in Earth Hour—the world’s largest global climate change event.By simply turning out all non-essential lighting for one hour in my office and home, I will join tens of millions of concerned citizens throughout the world in calling for action to save our planet for future generations.
On Saturday, March 27, 2010, at 8:30 p.m. local time, I am taking part in Earth Hour—an event led by World Wildlife Fund in which millions of people around the world will unite by turning out their lights for one hour to make a bold statement of concern about our planet and climate change.
Earth Hour started three years ago in Sydney, Australia and is now the largest event of its kind in the world. Nearly one billion people from 4,100 cities in 87 countries on seven continents participated last year and, with your help, Earth Hour 2010 can be even bigger.
During Earth Hour, international landmarks including the Golden Gate Bridge, Empire State Building, Eiffel Tower and Great Pyramids have gone dark alongside the city skylines of Las Vegas, Hong Kong, Tel Aviv and more. To see it for yourself, check out this video:
But Earth Hour isn’t just for national landmarks and big cities—anyone can participate, whether it be individuals like you and me or schools, businesses, organizations, and our state and local governments. I hope you will join me for this amazing event and help send a message that the time for action on climate change is now. To sign up and start spreading the word, visit https://www.myearthhour.org/home?invite=awok6tCmmw.
Please help me spread the word. Let’s switch off our lightsand send a powerful message: by working together, each of us can make a positive impact in the fight against climate change.
Participating in Earth Hour is easy, fun and absolutely free. To get more information and to sign up to for Earth Hour 2010, just visit www.earthhour.org/USA and agree to turn out your lights from 8:30-9:30 pm on March 27, 2010.
Energy efficiency isn’t just good for the bottom line. As citizens of the world, we all have a stake in the future of our planet and must seek to operate in ways that don’t deplete our world’s limited natural resources.
In the time leading up to Earth Hour, we will be taking a closer look at ways we can operate more efficiently, waste less and reduce our environmental footprint. That’s because I care about the future of our world and want to do what I can to make a positive difference.
We want The United States of America to turn out more lights than any other country in the world during this historic event and so hope you’ll join us, and encourage people you know in the community to also take part. Don’t forget—March 27th at 8:30 pm, switch off.
People all over the world have already signed up! Will you please join us?
I'd love to see participation from more people and homeowners in these and any community in Northern Illinois: Cary, Oakwood Hills, Crystal Lake, Barrington, Barrington Hills, Tower Lakes, Port Barrington, McHenry, Johnsburg, Algonquin, Lake In The Hills, Lake Killarney, Homes along the Fox River and Chain of Lakes, Buffalo Grove, Huntley, Hampshire, Marengo, Carpentersville, Elgin, South Elgin, Fox Lake, Wonder Lake, Woodstock, Harvard, Hebron, Antioch, Spring Grove, Volo, Lakemoor, Lakewood, Island Lake, Wauconda, Lake Barrington Shores, Pingree Grove, Maple Park, Elburn...etc!!!
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