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earth hour Archive
It’s earth hour tonight… - by frog
… so our web sites – along with hundreds of others – will be unavailable for an hour from 8:30. By uniting the community in this action we send a clear message to the National Government and governments around the world about the need to take action. Visit www.earthhour.org for more information. read moreMarch 27, 2010 12:25 pm - 39 Comments
Earth Hour 09: Metiria Turei MP - by frog
It’s old news but I have to share it. Wayne John has done an excellent cut of Metiria’s speech in Dunedin during Earth Hour. It’s short and sweet. Enjoy! read moreApril 6, 2009 11:33 am - No Comments
Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark - by frog
Any tadpoles out there in the first blush of an amorous amphibian liaison would be wise to book a date for Saturday night when you’ll have a great excuse to turn out the lights. It’s Earth Hour and we’re all encouraged to kill the lights between 8.30 and 9.30 PM. The Parliament is doing it. […] read moreMarch 27, 2009 3:58 pm - 20 Comments
Skycity switches off outdoor lights - by frog
I hear that Auckland’s Sky Tower will be turning its lights out this Saturday as part of the worldwide Earth Hour campaign. I wonder if Skycity will also be switching off the 24 hour 7 day a week pokie machines in its casino rooms? That seems like it would be a more significant gesture [pdf]. […] read moreMarch 27, 2008 10:27 am - 14 Comments