Tomorrow March 27th at 8.30PM Millions of people will turn off their lights for Earth Hour.
Wheter you believe in global Warming or not, it doesn’t mean that we should just go ahead and keep trashing our world. Make a small change in your every day life and it will make a difference.
Participate in this initiative and feel part of something very very powerful…..
The power of people getting together for a common cause.
At ThankYouNews we wish for a very succesful Earth Hour and hope that people all over the World will understand how good it feels to be connected by something we love …
In this case is our Mother Earth but we wish for people to also come together in Peace and Love.
Earth Hour 2010 is set to be the best yet, but it all depends on you getting involved and spreading the message that you are committed to the future.
The Earth Hour site can be found here http://bit.ly/9otBlq and were also on Twitter (http://bit.ly/aI4qly) and on Facebook (http://bit.ly/dk2uyi) – join our social networks to ensure you are to date with all the amazing things we have planned for this years event.
Earth Hour 2010 will occur on 27th March, at 8:30 local time, all around the world. Don’t forget, we need to spread the message and this video so tweet it, blog it, share it – help spread the word and show what can be done!
Earth Hour works best when we all get involved – if you’d like more information on how to run your own event please visit this link and well reply to you: http://bit.ly/cYVrNt
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