As we speak, a blanket of darkness is rolling around the Earth.
No, we have not yet run out of power, it’s Earth Hour! That time of year when governments, businesses and hundreds of millions of people around the world make a visual protest against climate change by turning off their lights for sixty minutes. Following the wet flannel that was Copenhagen, this year’s Earth Hour is more important than ever to show the world’s leaders that though they have failed us, and the millions of people in the developing world who are already losing their lives and livlihoods to climate change, we are still watching.
Earth hour begins at 8.30pm today. Turn off, tune in, drop out…
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