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Every year, humanity turns off the lights for Earth Hour. Well, some of humanity. As we learned during this week’s Shooting Challenge, a lot of people leave the lights on. Read more...
Post by Nicole Fabian-Weber. Well, well, well, what do we have here? Why, it's simply Prince Charles giving a PSA, urging people to participate in Earth Hour. NBD. Oh, but wait! What's that in the background we see? It's a photo! A photo...Show More Summary
Ezra Levant reports for TheRebel.media: I call it “the Festival of Darkness.” Earth Hour isn’t as cool as it used to be: This year in Toronto, power use was down only 3.5%, far less than the 15% mark back when the annual event was fashionable. On the other side of the country, someone snapped a […]
St. Peter’s Basilica joined more than 1,400 of the world’s iconic landmarks on Saturday to take a stand for stronger climate action. The Vatican’s central square plunged into darkness on March 28 for Earth Hour, a global campaign held between 8:30 pm and 9:30 pm local time in 172 countries and territories. Show More Summary
Happy Monday! Here's some news to get you out of bed this morning: York University might be on the road to ending its strike, new homeless shelters are planned for the city (kind of), and Earth Hour was less well-observed than usual....Show More Summary
Did Earth Hour actually happen this weekend? Did anyone notice anything? It strikes me that even the evangelical warmists are losing enthusiasm.
Lights out! Historic landmarks went dark on Saturday March 28, 2015 for Earth Hour, a movement organized by WWF to raise awareness of climate change.
Earth Hour 2015 was held on March 28, from 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. in each location's local time, in cities all over the world. The event is held annually worldwide, encouraging individuals, communities and business enterprises to display their commitment to the planet.
The Empire State Building dimmed its lights Saturday in honor of Earth Hour.
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PARIS (AP) — The Eiffel Tower has gone dark briefly to mark Earth Hour, the campaign to raise awareness about climate change.
More than 260 cities in Spain have joined the Global Earth Hour action, organized by WWF.
Following the warmest year on record, cities around the world are going dark Saturday in observance of Earth Hour, a World Wildlife Fund initiative meant to raise awareness for climate change. Continue reading ? The post Cities around the world hit the lights for Earth Hour 2015 appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
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For one hour on Saturday starting at 8:30 p.m, local time, cities around the world will send a collective message about conservation and climate change. Called Earth Hour, the event encourages participants to turn off all non-essential lights for 60 minutes. Show More Summary
Saturday 28th March is “Earth Hour” – a time to sit in the dark and appreciate the benefits of our cheap reliable hydrocarbon-energy. [Like these candles, for example, from the WWF sponsored Earth Hour home page – Anthony] Guest essay by Viv Forbes We should spend Earth Hour giving thanks for warmth. Just thirteen thousand…
At 8:30 p.m. Saturday, people and public places across the globe will switch off their lights for one hour.
This Saturday, March 28, marks the ninth annual observance of Earth Hour, a symbolic event intended to raise awareness about climate change. Cities and famous landmarks will turn out the lights for an hour Saturday, along with millions of ordinary citizens. Show More Summary