Earth Hour, 2009

This weekend, an environmental observance begun in 2005 continues. Earth Hour Click here to learn about third-party website links happens on Saturday night, March 28, at 8:30 p.m. your time. (For more, take a look at the Earth Hour websiteClick here to learn about third-party website links) At that time, for an hour, we all turn off all the lights.

Earth Hour was created by the World Wide Fund for Nature Click here to learn about third-party website links (WWF Click here to learn about third-party website links) to bring attention to the need for action on climate change. In 2007 and 2008, millions of households and businesses participated. Wells Fargo is a big ol’ sponsor.

This year promises to be as big. Indeed, there is a blog Click here to learn about third-party website links set up to record people’s experiences as they occur. Send in your own story — you can comment here too! — and check back with the blog to see what the world has to say about its experience.

Saturday night, turn on to the event that turns off the lights. Get involved!

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