Earth Hour Quotations
Earth Hour is a symbolic action to show that you are willing to recude your overall footprint. Turning off your electricity for a single hour does not reduce the amount of electricity produced by the power plant as power plants generally have a constant amount of production at all times of the day and night. Regardless of whether or not the electricity is used does not matter, it is still produced. Thus, you are not helping reduce the amount of carbon put into the air.
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If you are looking for ways to reduce your footprint, try to install solar panels or windmills, buy green products, buy local produce, and unplug your electronics daily and turn off the lights when they are not in use. Furthermore, you should ride a bicycle or walk instead of drive to nearby places.
There's only one Earth. Let's do our part to save it.
The Earth will not die. We will.
Climate change deniers say that we shouldn't worry because the Earth naturally changes cycles. Do they not realize that humans will die if there is an ice age or if the Earth gets three degrees warmer? Of course we should worry!
People like to claim that climate change isn't real because 40 years ago a few scientists thought the Earth was getting colder. They must not know what "climate change" means.
It's funny that every time there is a snow storm people claim the world isn't getting warmer. They simply don't realize that a warmer climate means more extreme weather patterns.
One cold day doesn't mean there isn't Global Warming. Scientific data is what shows it is real or fake.
One hour without electricity isn't much to ask to save the world.
Turning off your electric for one hour does nothing unless you take other actions every day to reduce your footprint.
Living without elecricity for one hour is only tough if you're not use to it. Instead, get use to it! Unplug appliances, turn off lights, and read instead of watching TV. Make it a habit.
It should be an hour without electronics because phones still use electricity eventually.
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