I am a world traveller & a mom of two, (8 & 6). I love to meet people, and am fascinated that there are 7 billion stories out there to be explored. I think Melbourne is the most happening city to live in with all the fun activities around town.
Participate in this global event
We often wonder what we can do for our planet Earth. If we are taking some humble measures, are we doing enough? What condition will the future generations find this beautiful planet in? What can I do to help more?
Earth Hour is a global phenomenon which has its heart the aim of raising awareness about the health of the planet. Earth Hour 2015 is on 28 March 2015, 8:30 pm to 9:30 pm.[/B] No matter where you are in the world, you are invited to join this global event that takes place every year on the last Saturday of March. Individuals, communities, households and businesses make a commitment to turn off their non-essential lights for one hour as symbol to their love for the planet Earth.
Promote the event in your creative ways; e.g. take themed cupcakes to work or school
Did you know that the Earth Hour had its glorious beginnings as a lights-off event back in 2007, in Sydney, Australia? Today, it has grown across the globe to over 162 countries and continues to expand each year. The parent organization is WWF (World Wildlife Fund) which has been doing 50 years of conservation work.
We share the Earth, we must look after it. It's our only home.
If you are passionate about participating in this event, use social media for this purpose.[B]#YourPower will voice your commitment to saving the planet as millions of messages will be collected in this forum. You can also download a poster and hang it in your home, classroom, school, place of work, library, or wherever you find a suitable place to spread the word. Join the Earth Hour 2015 event on Facebook and you can also share the message with your friends.
Join the cause, spread the word, save the planet. Small steps for a big cause.
A pity it is Saturday night here! Wedding receptions, restaurants, clubs, theatres, public transport, and many more venues will not join in. Stick to a week night - is much easier to do, and to remember!