Be a part of the Earth Hour and demonstrate your concern for Earth
Let’s get together for a green weekend celebration. Irrespective of what corner of the globe you are reside in, the Earth Hour event is a worldwide phenomenon that all of us can celebrate together. On March 28, 2009 at 8:30 PM local time, hundreds of millions of people in more than 500 cities and 75 countries around the world will come together by turning off their lights for one hour – Earth Hour. This is a global platform to demonstrate your concern and awareness for the changing climatic and environmental conditions. More than 1500 cities around the world, including Berlin, Germany have committed to turning off their lights for Earth Hour.
Berlin joins other international cities such as Beijing, Copenhagen, Dubai, Hong Kong, London, Mexico City, Moscow, Paris, Sydney and Toronto. While U.S. cities include Albuquerque, Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, Nashville, New York, San Francisco, Tucson, and Washington D.C.
Instead of cuddling on a couch and watching your favorite soap or match, simply switch off the mains and step out and take some time off to stare at the starry skies!