Earth Hour is today. It's at 8pm local time. Your local time. Wherever you are. Especially wherever you are.
It's about coming together to make a difference. It's about showing we all care about our future. It's not about what country you're from... but what planet you're from.
So, come 8pm, grab some candles, surround yourself with loved ones, and turn off your lights for 60 minutes. Then allow yourself to celebrate your connection to the world... and everyone, and everything, in it.
Show the love for your home planet.... It's the only one you've got.
March 29, 2010
Today's the Day When One Hour Counts.
I'm a Master Naturalist and an outdoor enthusiast -- mostly kayaking, and I live on a Peninsula in the Chesapeake Bay. I'm the author of The Nature Fan, Nature Fan Activists, Green Earth Almanac, and Amanda's Geographic. Formerly, I ran the nationally syndicated column "National Green Activism" for The Examiner, and I was a key factor in the success of many campaigns. Make sure you don't miss a post, and subscribe by email! Thanks for reading.