Earth Hour has grown into a global phenomenon that has captured the world's attention. Each year, individuals, organizations, businesses, and state and local governments come together to show their support by turning off the lights in homes, the workplace, and at iconic landmarks such as the Empire State Building, Las Vegas Strip, Sydney's Opera House, and more. In 2009 alone, people in 4,100 cities in 87 countries on seven continents turned out for Earth Hour.
We encourage the entire Green Schools community to participate and help make Earth Hour 2010 the biggest effort yet. Getting involved is easy.
Sign up at http://www.myearthhour.org/ Show your support, find out what Earth Hour events are happening near you.
Spread the WordInvite your friends and family to join the movement, become a fan on Facebook and post a link to EarthHour.org on your profile page.
Turn off the lightsTurn off your non-essential lighting at 8:30 p.m. local time on Saturday, March 27. Learn more about Earth Hour at http://www.myearthhour.org/.