Be a Part of the Largest Climate Event in History on March 28
Earth Hour in Palm Springs – Lights Out at 8:30 – 9:30pm!
With more than 1,800 cities already on board, Earth Hour is set to be the biggest public event of its kind in history. In the U.S., 140 cities, towns and communities have now pledged to “turn out” for the largest climate event ever, with more signing up each day. A complete list of U.S. cities can be found at: http://wwf.worldwildlife.org/site/R?i=fgVuBaqUvkzXl6rx72wpGg...
DOING SOMETHING COOL FOR EARTH HOUR?
Tell us about it! Drop them an email at EarthHourPR@wwfus.org and let us know how you plan to celebrate the largest climate shout-out in history.
SPREAD THE WORD!
Tell your friends, colleagues and family members to sign up on the Earth Hour website so we can count their Vote for our Earth! Details for taking part in this historic call for global action on climate change can be found at http://wwf.worldwildlife.org/site/R?i=2iYa_MxwWFfYpqnBNG-IQg...
“I encourage everyone in Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley to join with me on March 28 at 8:30 pm and turn off their lights – by doing this one simple thing, we can each make a difference,” Pougnet said.
March 28, 20098:30 pm – 9:30 pmhttp://www.earthhourus.org/
to get more information on this subject, and all other things green in Palm Springs/Coachella Valley:
Let’s do this. It’s not hard. Email me or the Green Scene if you are doing something creative during the blackest hour. We would love to feature it.