On 31 March 2007, more than 2 million Sydney businesses and households turned off their lights for one hour – Earth Hour – sending a powerful national and global message that it’s possible to take action on global warming. At 8pm on 29 March 2008, Earth Hour goes global, with cities and towns around the world taking stand on the greatest threat our planet has ever faced, and millions of people uniting to turn the tide on global warming. Yogen Früz Canada will turn out the lights for Earth Hour at 8pm on March 29 2008!
To inspire yourself and those you speak to about Earth Hour, check out www.earthhour.org to watch the video of the first Earth Hour in Sydney in 2007. This video will go a long way to inspiring you and those you speak to, to get involved in Earth Hour and to help take a stand against global warming.
The World Wildlife Fund has created a website to help you spread the word about Earth Hour. Yogen Früz has already registered at www.earthhour.org, but please feel free to register yourself as an individual and recruit your friends to the Earth Hour cause. Getting your friends and neighbourhood involved is the easiest way to be a part of Earth Hour and help make a difference to our planet.
We can make Earth Hour happen if we work together!
If you’re thinking about Earth Hour in your town or city at 8pm on 29 March, you’ll probably have some other questions about how the city of Sydney did it in 2007. Check out www.earthhour.org website for some answers to Frequently Asked Questions and please let us know if you would like more details on how Yogen Früz is planning to participate. More details will be released soon so please stay tuned!
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