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Cities switch off non-essential lights, celebrating Earth Hour

Cities switch off non-essential lights, celebrating Earth Hour

On Saturday, starting 8:30PM, cities all around the world participated in the Earth Hour, an initiative to propagate climate change action and environmental preservation. Asian metropolises spanning from Singapore to Hong Kong took part in the same by turning off non-essential lights. Renowned landmarks such as the Sydney Opera House celebrated the same as well.

Rocky 3 weeks

I'm actually for using less resources including electricity. Not because of silly global warming/climate change bull, but because it is actually better for our local environment if we can cut non essential use of electricity. This is an insignificant virtue signal, but if we could make real moves to using less energy that would be great!

Robert_Clearwater 3 weeks

Hang your clothes on a line, get a national campaign going for that.

الأكبر فادي
الأكبر فادي 3 weeks

China is only doing it to preserve power for themselves.. nothing to do with the earth

Que Pasta
Que Pasta 3 weeks

Tell Greta to keep her handler-controlled yap shut.... This will save lots of electrical power from transmitters on TV and audio broadcasts.

Noah PaulOG
Noah PaulOG 3 weeks

North Korea: leading the way in climate awareness.

Vark 3 weeks

Im a right wingers, but, I wish they would enforce this in america, or like most countries; increase the prices at certain hours. [I'm sure there is a level of this already.] I'm so tired of seeing stores completely closed with 50 signs and spot lights. They should be charged 2-3x price for selfish consumption.

FactCheckerNeil 3 weeks

Seems like a bright idea! 😄 (Sorry)

Morbo 3 weeks

I womder if there were more muggings, rapes or murders because of this meaningless stunt?

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