Wednesday, 7 May 2008


It has been one month since millions switched off the lights for Earth Hour. The first international Earth Hour was overpoweringly successful. One month ago today, cities from Chicago to Copenhagen, Tel Aviv to Toronto and San Francisco to Sydney went dark to shed light on the dangers of climate change. By switching off, individuals across the globe have illuminated one of the most urgent issues facing our planet.

Polling by AMR Interactive showed that 58 per cent of Australian adults in capital cities took part in the lights off campaign that started in Sydney last year.

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