Lights Off! Join the Movement to Celebrate the Biggest Earth Hour ever!

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Earth Hour 2015

162 countries, 7000+ cities, towns and municipalities, and USD$ 61,487 crowdfunding. Earth Hour 2014 broke all previous records. The lights out event is here again and millions of people around the world will come together to switch off their lights for one hour on Saturday, March 28, 2015 between 8.30 pm-9.30 pm. What can one hour darkness achieve in protecting our environment? A lot. Argentina’s mass campaign in 2013 drove its Senate to pass a bill for a 3.4 million…

International Women’s Day: An Ode to Women Around The World

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She May be the reason I survive The why and wherefore I’m alive The one I’ll care for through the rough in ready years Me, I’ll take her laughter and her tears And make them all my souvenirs For where she goes I’ve got to be The meaning of my life is… She These beautiful lyrics from the song “She” by Elvis Costello bring the face of the most special woman in your life flashing in front of your eyes.…

Ole Ola! FIFA Football World Cup fever grips the world

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Put your flags up in the sky (put them in the sky) And wave them side to side (side to side) Show the world where you’re from (show them where you’re from) Show the world we are one (one love, life) Ole ole ole ola Ole ole ole ola Ole ole ole ola Ole ole ole ola Are you chanting the official FIFA World Cup 2014 anthem sung by J-Lo and Pitbull? Or are you a bit disappointed with this…

Raise your voice, not sea level this World Environment Day

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In 2007, a category 5 storm Hurricane Dean pounded Jamaica, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, and Cayman Islands killing 42 people and damaging property worth US $3.8 billion. In 2010, Hurricane Tomas ripped off houses as it struck hard St. Lucia claiming as many as 14 lives. In 2013, a low-level trough triggered massive flooding and huge landslides in St. Vincent and the Grenadines killing nine people and causing widespread destruction. Officials in these Small Island Developing States (SIDP) are convinced…

We will switch off for Earth Hour. Will you?

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Tomorrow, on Saturday, 29th March, 8.30 PM- 9.30 PM, millions of people around the world will join in switching off their lights for Earth Hour. This marks the eighth annual Earth Hour, the largest environment campaign in history. The bold and beautiful initiative was first taken in Sydney, Australia in 2007 with over 2.2 million homes and businesses turning off their lights to raise awareness against the threat of climate change. In 2012, the event was observed in more than…