Blog post by Tina Winterlik © 2011
Hi Everyone, it's Earth Hour tomorrow so I hope your all getting ready to participate.
Remember if you using candles be SUPER careful.
Be sure to Watch Children and Pets Carefully.
Do not leave them alone under any circumstances.(Just call me Mom! :))
Have a Safe, Peaceful, Wonderful Earth Hour Everyone!!
Earth Hour 2011: 8.30pm, Saturday 26 March – switch off the lights and celebrate your action for the planet with the world.
|Earth Hour March 26, 2011|
Earth Hour Youtube Video Channel
WWF-Canada's official Twitter page.
Tweets by @sarafalconer
WWF is calling on Canadians to think about how we use and produce energy. To create the best possible future for Canadians and for the planet, let's stop wasting energy, and generate what we need from clean, renewable sources like wind and solar.
Canada can be a world leader in clean energy. But the longer we wait, the more it will cost - both in dollars and environmental impact.
Show your support. Switch off your lights on March 26.
What you can do for Earth Day
Climate change is the biggest environmental threat to our planet and the number one concern for Canadians. We are already seeing its impacts. Participating in Earth Hour is a simple way to show that you want to be a part of the solution and sends a powerful message to others that together we can make a difference.
Everyone is encouraged to participate - individuals, businesses, schools, and organizations. All you have to do is:
- Turn off your lights for Earth Hour on Saturday March 26 from 8:30 - 9:30 pm
- Pledge your support online
- Spread the word:
- Join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter
- Send a free personalized e-card
- Download website banners, countdown clocks, and desktop wallpapers
- Tell your friends, family and colleagues!
- Find out more ways to participate at home, at work, at school and in your community.
Families are encouraged to join millions of people around the world and turn off their lights for one hour in support of action on climate change. Learn more about how you and your family can make an evening out of Earth Hour
Participate At Work
If your business is looking to support Earth Hour, we have some great ideas for you.Learn more about how your company can get involved with Earth Hour.
Participate at School
If your school would like to support Earth Hour, learn more about what teachers and students can do to get involved.
|What is Clean Energy?|
|Clean Energy & WWF's Role|
Here's last years video