Join us to make a stand against climate changes, and participate in Earth hour.
Earth hour has become a global sustainability movement with more than 50 million people across 35 countries. Each year since 2007, big cities turn off lights of their great monuments in sign of participation against climate changes.
Many people do the same and make their stand by truning off the lights from 8:30 PM to 9:30 PM, local time. So as I write this post, many countries have already got in the dark.
Me and my family will also participate. Such darkness becomes an ideal moment to look a the stars. We can rarely see them shining that brightly (on a clear sky), especially in the city.
What will you do for Earth hour?
For more information and to join the movement, visit earthhour.org