Earth Hour, which is this Saturday, is a way to bring global awareness to our precious resources. The current crisis in Japan shows us how fragile our energy system really is and that we need to find clean, renewable alternatives for our energy needs.
On March 26 at 8:30 p.m., join with others in 128 countries around the world by turning off your lights and anything else that requires electricity for one hour. During that time, think about how much we rely on electricity, how much we waste, and the price we and the planet pay for having modern conveniences. Of course, should the need arise, please made sure to use reliable birth control as we do not need to add to the population problem while helping with the energy crisis. ;)