That's strange - I think it's been going on for a while. There are quite a lot of nations worldwide taking part in it.hmmm I didn't know anything about it. It's not publicized here, that I know of.
Well you don't have too I don't think the point is that it makes a profound difference really... I think it's more about raising awareness and getting people to be a bit more aware of wasting energy unneccesarily.I think what the corporate industrial industry is doing is having a much more profound impact than me respecting Earth Day. I support the thought, but .. not going to bother. Sorry.
Roflol Have fun!hmmm...my kids will be in bed by 8:30 and my girlfriend will be over. Whatever will we do in the dark?
I guess it's the same as many people not knowing about World Autism Awareness Day, or the Light It Up Blue campaign. But have been going on for a good 3 or 4 years, and Nations all over the world take part in it. But still some people don't know about it.That's strange - I think it's been going on for a while. There are quite a lot of nations worldwide taking part in it.
Canadians in general are the worst for consumption... We are going to Solar/Wood Stove (100% burn with water coil). We would like to reuse the snow/rain fall for the bathroom, but here in Edmonton we are not allowed, as they can not charge us for water usage if its not metered....<snip/> If you really want to make a more significant impact instead of making your conscience feel a bit better, do what Brogan does. I've been making small steps to reduce resource consumption when it isn't necessary such as not wasting tap water (or any clean water, I put it in a bottle and then my fridge). I may sound a little harsh but that's just my personality. Sorry.