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This is the VOA special English Development Report

This Saturday night at eight thirty, all the lights will be shut off at Tokyo Tower in Japan. The * * Gate in Berlin and Eiffel Tower in Paris are also expected to go dark. So is the Empire Stand Building in New York and buildings in other cities around the world.  

The lights will stay off for one hour for an event called “Earth Hour” . The observances organized by a conservation group “the Worldwide Fond for Nature” also known as the World Wild Life Fond.

For the fourth year, people are being urged to turn off their lights for one hour to call attention to the issue of climate change. The group says the climate change is one of the greatest threats facing the wild life and nature.

The first “Earth Hour” was held 2007 in Sydney, Australia. Organizers said more than two thousand businesses and two million people took part. Since then, “Earth Hour” has grown into an international event. People in more than four thousand cities in eighty-eight countries took part last year.

Organizers say more than one hundred countries and territories have promised their official support this year. This would be the first “Earth Hour” for countries , including Kuwait,* ,*, Madagascar, Nepal,* and Panama. At least nineteen of the fifty American states are planning to take part in the 2010 “Earth Hour” observance.

The event organizers recently announced that one of the latest states to join was *. * * * has agree to shut off the lights in the * of the state capital building. He says :when it comes to saving energy and money, big changes start with small steps like turning off the lights.

Will you be turning off your lights this Saturday night to observe “Earth Hour”? Do you think about the organizers call your environmental footprint and pride to reduce harmful effects is climate change a concern for you.

Here is a chance to improve your English. Go to VOA special English .com to comment on the story and other programs. You can share your thoughts and read other people are saying . You can also find transcripts, MP3, * castes and caption videos and you can sign up to get a verb phrase of the day by SMS. The service is free but standard message rates may apply.

And that’s the VOA special English Development Report, written by June Simmis.I’m Steve Ember.
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This's the VOA special English Development Report.This Satauday night at 8:30, all the lights will be shut off at the Tokyo Tower in Japan. The Brandenburg Gate in Berlin and Eiffel Tower in Paris are also expected to go dark. So is the Empire State building in New York and buildings in other cities around the world. The lights will stay off for one hour for an event called Earth Hour. The observance is organized by a conservation group the World Wide Fund for nature, also known as the World Wide Life Fund. For the 4th year people are being urged to turn off their lights for one hour to call attention to the issue of climet change. The groups says climet change is one of the greatest threats facing wild life and nature. The first Earth Hour was held in 2007 in Sydney Australia. Organizers said more than 2,000 businesses and 2,000,000 people took part. Since then Earth Hour has grown into an intertional event. People in more than 4,000 cities in 88 countries took part last year. Organizers say more than 100 countries and territories have promised their official sport this year. This will be the first Earth Hour for countries including Kuwait, Kantar, Kosovo, Madagascar, Nepal, Cambodia and Panama. At least 19 of the 50 American States are planning to take part in the 2010 Earth Hour Observance. The event organizers recently announced that one of the latest states to join was Missouri. Governor Jay Nickson has agreed to shut off the light in the dorm of the state capital building. He says when it comes to saving energy and money, big changes start with small stepts like turning out the lights. Will you be turning off your lights this Saturday night to observe Earth Hour? Do you think about what the organizers call your environmental food print and try to reduce harmful effects? Is climent change a concern for you? Here is a chance to pratise your English. Go to VOA Special English.com to comment on this story and other programs. You can share your thoughts and read what other people are saying. You can also find transcripts, MP3s, podcasts and captioned videos, and you can sign up to get a verb phrase of the day by SMS. The service is free but standard message rates may apply. And that's the VOA Special English Development Report, written by June Simms. I's Steve Ember.

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This is the VOA special English development report.
This Saturday night at 8:30 all the lights will be shut off at the Tokyo tower in Japan. The * gate in Berlin and the * tower in Pairs are also expected to go dark. So is the * state building in New york and buildings in other cities around the world.
The lights will stay up for one hour for advent called earth hour. The observances organized by a * group, the world wild find for nature, also known as the world wild life found.
For the fourth year people are being urged to turn off their lights for one hour to * to the issue to the climate. The group says climate change is one of the great threat facing wild life and nature.
The first earth hour was held in 2007 in Sydney Australia. Organizers said more than two thousand business and more than two million people took part. Since then, earth hour has grown into an international event. People in more than four thousand cities in eighty-eight countries took part last year.
Organizers say more than one hundred countries and territories at promised their official support this year. This would be the first earth hour for countries including Kuwait, Gaza, Kosovo, * , Nepal, Cambodia, and Panama. At least nineteen of the fifth American states are planning to take part in the 2010 earth hour observance.
The advent organizers recently announced that one of the latest states to join was *. Governor * has agreed to shut off the lights in the * of the state capital building. He says when he comes to saving energy and money, big changes start with small steps like turning off the lights.
Will you be turning off your lights this Saturday night to observe earth hour? Do you think about what the organizers call your environmental foot * and try to reduce harmful effects. Is climate change a concern for you?
Here is the * to practice your English. Go to VOA special English.com to comment on this story and other programs. You can share your thoughts and read what other people are saying. You can also find transcrips, mp3s, padcasts and captioned videos. And you can sign up to get up word phrase of the day by sms. The service is free, but standard massage reads may apply.
And that’s the VOA special English development report written by Join *, I am Steve Ember.
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This is the VOA Special English Development Report.

This Saturday night at eight thirty all the lights will be shut off at the Tokyo tower in Japan. The Brandenburg Gate in Berlin and the Eiffel Tower in Paris are also expected to go dark. So is the Empire State building in New York and buildings in other cities around the world.
The lights will stay off for one hour for advent called earth hour. The observance is organized by a conservation group, the world wide fund for nature, also known as the world wild life fund.
For the fourth year people are being urged to turn off their lights for one hour to call attention to the issue of climate change.
The group says climate change is one of the greatest threats facing wild life and nature. The first earth hour was held in 2007 in Sydney Australia. Organizers said more than 2000 businesses and two million people took part.
Since then earth hour has grown into an international event. People in more than 4000 cities in 88 countries took part last year. Organizers say more than 100 countries and territories have promised their official support this year.
This will be the first earth hour for countries including Kuwait, Kantar, Kosovo, Madagascar, Nepal, Combodia and Panama. At least nineteen of the fifty American states are planning to take apart in the 2010 earth hour observance.
The event organizers recently anounced that one of the last states to join was Missouri. Governor J- has agree to shut off the lights in the door of the state capital building. He says when it comes to saving energy and money, big changes start with small states like turning out the lights.
Will you be turning off your lights this Saturday night to observe earth hour? Do you think about what the organizers call your environmental foot print and try to reduce harmful effects? Is climate change a concern for you?
Here is a chance to practice your English, go to voaspecialenglish.com to comment on this story and other programs. You can share your thoughts and read what other people are saying. You can also find transcripts, Mp3, pod-casts and captained videos. And you can signed up to get a verb phrase of the day by SMS. The service is free, but standard massage rates may apply.
And that’s the VOA Special English Development Report, written by June Simms, I’m Steve Ember.



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This is the VOA Special English Development Report.

This Saturday night at eight thirty all the lights will be shut off at a Tokyo tower in Japan. The B~Gate in Burlin and the ~ tower in Paris are also expected to go dark. Service Empire State building in New York and buildings in other cities arround the world.The lights will stay off for one hour for advance called earth hour. The observances organized by Conservation Group the world wide fund for nature also known as the World Wild Life Fund.

For the forth year people are being urge to turn off their lights for one hour to call attention to the issue of climate change. The group says climate change is one of the greatest threats they say the wild life and nature.The first earth hour was held in two thousand seven in Sydney Austrilia.
Organizers said more than two thousand businesses and two million people took part. Since then, earth hour has growning into an international event. People in more than four thousand cities in eighty-eight countries took part last year.
Organizers say more than one hundred countries and territories have promised their official support this year. This will be the first earth hour for countries including ~~.
At least nineteen of the fifty American states are planning to take part in the two thousand ten earth hour observance. The event organizers recently announced that one of the lastest states to join was ~. Governer J. has agree to shut off the lights in the dome of the state capital building. He says when it comes to saving energy and money big changes start with small steps like turning out the lights.

Will you be turning off your lights this Saturday night to observe earth hour? Do you think about what the organizers call you environmental foot print and try to reduce harmful effects? Is climate change are concern for you?
Here is a chance to practise your English. Go to voaspecialenglish.com to comment on this story and other programs. You can share your thoughts and read what other people are saying. You can also fing transcripts, MP3s, podcasts and caption vedios. And you can send up to get a verb phrase of the day by SMS. The service is free but standard message rates may apply.

And that's the VOA Special English Development Report, written by J. I'm Steve Ember.



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This is the VOA Special English Development Report.
This Saturday night at 8:30, all the lights will be shut off at the Tokyo Tower in Japan. The Brandenburg Gate in Berlin and the Eiffel Tower in Paris are also expected to go dark. So is the Empire state building in New York and buildings in other cities around the word.
The lights will stay off for one hour for advent called “Earth hour”. The observance is organized by a conservation group “The World Wide Fund for Nature”, also known as the world wild life fund.
For the fourth year, people are being urged to turn off their lights for one hour to call attention to the issue of climate change.
The Group says climate change is one of the greatest threat facing wild life and nature. The first earth hour was
held
in 2007 in Sydney, Australia. Organizers said more than 2,000 businesses and 2 million people took part.

Since then, earth hour has grown into an international event. People in more than 4,000 cities in the 88 countries took part last year. Organizers say more than one hundred countries and territories have promised their official support this year.
This will be the first earth hour for countries including Kuwait, Kantar, Kosovo, Madagascar, Nepal, Cambodia and Panama. At least 19 of the 50 American states are planning to take part in the 2010 earth hour observance.
The event organizers recently announced that one of the last states to
join was missouri. Governor J* has agreed to shut off the lights in the door of the state capital building. He says when it comes to saving energies and money, big changes start with small steps like turning out the lights.

Will you be turning off your lights this Saturday night to observe earth hour? Do you think about what the organizers call your environmental foot print and try to reduce harmful effects. Is climate change a concern for you? Here is a chance to practice your English. Go to voaspecialenglish.com to comment on this story and other programmers. You can share your thoughts, and read what other people are saying. You can also find transcripts, mp3s, podcast and caption videos. And also you can sign up to get a verb phrase of the day by SMS. The service is free but the standard message rates may apply.
And that is the VOA Special English Development Report, written by June Simms. I am Steve Ember.
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This is the VOA Special English DEVELOPMENT REPORT.

This Saturday night at eight thirty all the lights will be shoot off at the Tokyo Tower in Japan. The ** ** in Berlin, and the Eiffel Tower in Paris are also expected to go dark. So is the Empire State Building in New York and buildings in other cities around the world. The lights will stay off for one hour for an event called Earth Hour.

The observance is organized by a conservation group, the worldwide fund for nature also known as the world widelife fund. For the forth year, people are being eager to turn off their lights for one hour to call attention to the issue of climate change. The group says the climate change is one of the greatest threats ** wildlife and nature.

The first Earth Hour was held in 2007 in Sydney, Australia. Organizers said more than two thousand businesses and two million people took part. Since then, Earth hour has grown into an international event. People in more than four thousand cities in eighty-eight countries took part last year. Organizers say more than one hundred countries and territories have promised their official support this year. This will be the first Earth Hour for countries including Kuwait, Qatar, Kosovo, Madagascar, Nepal, Cambodia and **.

At least nineteen of the fifty American states are planning to take part in the 2010 Earth Hour observance. The event organizers recently announced that one of the latest states to join was **. Governor Jim ** has agreed to shoot up the lights in the dorm of the state capital building. He says when it comes to saving energy and money, big chances start with small steps like turning out the lights.

Will you turn out your lights this Saturday evening to observe Earth Hour? Do you think about what’s the organizers call your environmental footprint and try to reduce harmful effects. Is climate change a concern for you? Here is a chance to practice your English. Go to voaspecialenglish.com to comment on the story and other programs.

You can share your thoughts and read what other people are saying. You can also find transcripts, mp3s, podcasts and captured video. And you can sigh up to get a ** ** of the day by SMS. The service is free but standard message rates may apply.

And that’s the VOA Special English DEVELOPMENT REPORT written by June Simms. I’m Steve Ember.

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This is the VOA special English development report. This Saturday night at 8:30 all the lights will be shut off at the Tokyo tower in japan , the Brangdenburger Gate in berlin and the Eiffel tower in paris are also expected to go dark . So is the empire state building in new york and buildings in other cities around the world.


The lights will stay off for 1 hour for a * called earth hour. The observence seems organized by a conservation group. The Worldwide Fund for Nature, also known as the World Widelife Fund. For the forth year, people are being eager to turn off for 1 hour to call attention to the issue of climate change. The group says climate change is one of greatest thrills basing in wildlife and nature.


The first earth hour was held in 2007 in Sydney ,Australia. Organizers said more than 2000 businesses and 2 million people took part. Since then, earth hour has grown into an international event. People in more than 4000 cities in 88 countries took part last year. Organizers say more than 100 countries and * are promise their official support this year. This will be the first earth hour for countries including Kuwait, Qatar, * ,Madagascar, Nepal,* ,and Panama. At least nineteen of the 51 american states are planning to take part in the 2010 earth hour observance.


The event organizers recently * that one of the latest states to join in was Missouri. Governor Jame Nixon has agreed to shut off the lights in the dome of the state capital building. He says when it comes to saving energy and money. Big changes starts with small steps like turning out the lights.


Will you be turning out the your lights this Saturday to observe the earth hour. Do you think about what the organizers call your environmental footprint and try to reduce harm *. It climate change * for you.


Here is James to practise your English, go to VOAspecialenglish.com to come in on this story and other programs. You can share your thoughts and read what other people are saying. You can also find transcripts, mp3s * and captioned videos. And you can sign up to get a * * of the day by SMS.
The service is free but standard message rates may apply.


And that’s the VOA special English development report, written by June Simms. I’m Steve Ember.
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This is VOA special English Development Report.

This Sat night at 8:30, all the lights will be shut off at the Tokyo Tower in Japan. The ** Gate in Berlin, and the I** Tower in Paris are also expected to go dark. So is the Empire state building in NY, and buildings in other cities around the world.


The lights will stay off for 1 hour for an event called Earth Hour. The observant is organized by a consultation group the world-wide fund for nature, also known as the world-wide life fund.


For the forth years, people are being urged to turn off their lights for 1 hour to call attention to the issue of climate change. The group says climate change is one of the greatest threats facing wild life and nature.


The first Earth Hour was held in 2007 in Sydney, Australia. Organizers said more than 2000 businesses and 2 million people took part. Since then, Earth Hour has grown into an international event. People in more than 4000 cities in 88 countries took part last year. Organizers say more than 100 countries and territories have promised their official support this year. This will be the first Earth Hour for countries including **, **,...**. At least 19 of the 50 American states are planning to take part in 2010 Earth Hour observent.


The organizer recently announced that one of the latest state to join was ... governor J.M  agree to shut off the lights in a don of state of capital building. He says, when it comes to saving energy and money, big changes start with small steps like turning out the lights.


Will you be turning out your lights this Sat night to observe Earth Hour? Do you think about what the organizers call your environmental footprint and try to reduce harmful effects? Is climate change a concerne for you? Here's a chance to practice your English. Go to voaspecialenglish.com to comment on this story and other programs. You can share your thoughts and read what other people are saying.


You can also find transcripts, MP3s, podcasts and caption videos. And you can sign up to get a earth phrase of the day by SMS. The service is free, but standard message rates may apply.


And that's the VOA special English Development Report written by June Simms. I'm Steve Ember.

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This is the VOA special English development report.

This Saturday night at 8:30, all the lights will shut off at the Tokyo tower in Japan. The broad _ and Effiel towers in Paris are also expected to go dark. So is the implied state building in New York and buildings in other cities around the world.

The lights will stay off for one hour for advent cold birth hour. The observances organized by a conservation group, the worldwide fund for nature also known as the worldwide life fund.

For the first year, people are being urged to turn off their lights for one hour to call attention to  the limitation climate change. The group says climate change is one of the greatest threats they seen wildlife and nature.

The first earth hour was held in 2007 in Sydney Australia. Organizers said more than two thousands businesses and two million people took part. Since then Earth hour has grown into an international event. People in more than 4000 cities in 88 countries took part last year. Organizers say more than one hundred countries and territories are promise their official support this year. This would be the first Earth Hour for countries including K. C. K.M N.C. and P. At least 19/50 American states are planning to take part in the 2010 Earth Hour Observants.

The event organizers recently announce that the latest day to join was M_. Governor __ has great to shut off lights in the Dorm of the state at the capital building. He says when comes to saving energy and money , big changes start with small steps like turning out the lights. Or you'll be turning off you lights Saturday to observe earth hour. Do you think about what's the organizers call your environmental food print and try to reduce harmful effects. Is a climate change concern for you?

here the chance to practice your English. Go to the VOA special English.com to comment on this story and other programs. You can share your thoughts and read other people are saying. You can also find transcripts, MP3, __ and caption videos, and you can signed up to get a _ free of the day by SMS. The service is free, but the standard message rates may apply.

And that's the VOA special English development report, written by J. I'm Steve. Ember.










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this saturdat night at 8:30 all the lights will be shut off at tokyo tower in japan. The XX gate in Berlingand eXXX tower in Paris are also are expect to go dark,so is the empire state buliding in new york and bulidings in other city around the word.
this light will stay off for 1 hour for an event called earth hour .The observance is organized by a conservation group, the world wide fund for nature, also known as the world wild life fund.
for the fourth years, peoples are being urged to turn off their light for onr hour to call attention to the issue of the climate change.the group says the climate change is the one of the greatest threat facing wild life and nature.
The first earth hour was held in 2007 in Sydney Australia. Organizers said more than 2000 businesses and two million people took part.
The first earth hour was held in 2007 in Sydney Australia
Since then earth hour has grown into an international event. People in more than 4000 cities in 88 countries took part last year. Organizers say more than 100 countries and territories have promised their official support this year.

This will be the first earth hour for countries including Kuwait, Kr, K, M, N, Ca and P. At least nineteen of the fifty American states are planning to take apart in the 2010 earth hour observance.

The event organizers recently anounced that one of the last states to join was Misseouri. Governor JXX has agree to shut off the lights in the door of the state capital building. He says when it comes to saving energy and money, big changes start with small states like turning out the lights.

Will you be turning off your lights this Saturday night to observe earth hour? Do you think about what the organizers call your environmental foot print and try to reduce harmful effects? Is climate change a concern for you?



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This is the VOA special english development report.This Saturday night at 8:30 ,all the lights will be shut off at the Tokyo town in Japan. The ***** in Paris are also expected to go dark. So as the ** buiding in New York and buidings in other cities around the world.
The lights will stay off for one hour for an event called earth hour.The observance is organised by a consevation group,the world wild fund for nature also known as the world wild life fund.For the forth year ,people are being urging to turn off theif  lights for one hour to call attention to the ensure of climate change.
The group says the climate change is one of the greatest threats facing wild life and the nature.The first earth hour was held in 2007 in Sydney and Australia. Organises said more than two thousand businesses and two million people took part. Since than earth hour has growing into an international event. People in more than four thousand cities in 88 countries took part last year. Organizes say more than one hundred countries and territories have promised their official surport this year. This will be the first earth hour for the countrie including *****and *. At least ,nineteen of the fifty American states are planning to take part in the 2010 earth hour observance. The event organizers recently annouced that one of the latest states to join was *. ** has agree to shut off the lights in the * of the state capital building. He said when it comes to saving  energy and money ,big changes start with small steps like turning up the lights. When you being turning off all the lights this Saturday night to observe earth hour, do you think about what the organizers call your environmental ** and try to reduce harmful effects? Is climate change a concer for you?
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this saturday night at 8:30,aoo the lights will be shut off atthe tokyo tower in japan. the b* b* gate in berlin and the aifeil tower in paris are also expected to go dark. so as the empire buliding in new york, and building in other cities around the world. the lights  will stay up for one hour for an event called earth hour. the observant sees organized  by a conservation group the worldwild fund for nature also known as the worldwild life fund. for the 4th year,people are being urged to turn off their lights for 1 hour to call attention to the issue of climate change.the group says, the climate change is one of the greatest threats facing wild life and nature. the first earth hour was held in 2007 in sydney austrilia. organizers said more than 2000 businesses and 2,000,000 people took part. since then, earth hour has grown into an international event. people in more than 4,000 cities in 88 counties took part last year. organizers say, more than 100 countries and territeries have promised their official support this year. this will be the first earth hour for countries including kweit, quatar, casable, madagasga, nepal, cambodia and panama at least 19 of the 50 american states are planning to take part at 2010 earth hour observants. the event organizers recently annuounced that one of the latest states tojoin ma*. governor jane nixon has agreed to shut up the lights in the dorm of the state capital building. he says en he comes to saving energy and money, big changes start with small steps like turning off the lights. will you be turning up your lights this saturday night to observe earh hour. do you think about what the organizers call your enviromental foot print and try to reduce * effects. it is climate change and concern for you.here is the chance to practice for english. go to voaspecailenglish.com to comment on the story and other programmes. you can sshare your thoughts and read whatother people are saying. you can also find transcripts mp3s pub * and caption video, and you can sign up to get a  verb phrase of a day by sms. the service is free, but standard message rates may apply. and that is the voa special english development report, written by john simon. ian steven ember

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This is VOA Special English Development Report.

This Saturday night, at eight thirty, all the lights will be shut off at the Tokyo Tower in Japan, the ... in Berlin, and the Eiffel Tower in the Paris are also expected to go dark. So is the Empire State Building in New York, and buildings at other cities around the world.

The lights will stay off for one hour for an event called "Earth Hour". The observance organized by a conservation group, The Worldwide Fund For Nature, also known as the Worldwide Life Fund.


For the fourth year, people are being urged to turn off their lights for one hour to call attention to the issue of climate change. The group says climate change is one of the greatest threats facing wildlife and nature.

The first Earth Hour was held in 2007 in Sydney Australia. Organizers said more than two thousand businesses and two million people took part. Since then, Earth Hour has grown into an international event. People in more than four thousand cities in 88 countries took part last year.

Organizers say more than one hundred countries and territories have promised their official support this year. This will be the first Earth Hour for countries including C,...Nepal, ...and Panama. At least nineteen of the fifty American states are planning to take part in the 2010 Earth Hour of  observance.

The event organizers recently announced that one of the latest state to join was M. Governor G has agreed to shut off the lights in the d...of the state capital building. He says when it comes to saving energy and money, big changes start with small steps like turning out the lights.

Would you be turning off your lights this Saturday night to observe Earth Hour? Do you think about what the organizers call your environmental footprint, and try to reduce harmful effects? Is climate change concern for you?

Here is a chance to practice your English. Go to VOA Special English.com to comment on this story and other programs. You can share your thoughts and read what other people are saying. You can also find transcripts and MP3, podcasts and c..videos. And you can sign up to get a ver..free of the day by SMS. The service is free but standard message grades may apply.

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This is the VOA special english development report.
This Saturday night at 8:30 all the lights will be shut off at the Tokyo Tower in Japon. The Brandenburg Gate in Berlin and the Eiffel Tower in Paris are also expected to go dark. So is the Empire State Building in New York, and buildings in other cities around the world.
The light will stay up for one hour for an event called earth hour.The observance is organized by a conservation group, the Workd Wild Found for nature, also ognaized the World Wild Life Found. For the forth year people are being urged to turn off their lights for one hour to call attention to be issue of climate change. The group says climate change is one of the greatest they seen wild life and nature.
The first earth hour was held in 2007 in Sydeny, Australia.Organizers said more than two thousand businesses and two million people took part.Since then, earth hour has grown into an international event. People in more than four thousand cities in the 88 cities took part last year. Organizers say more than  one hundred countried and territories have promised their offical support this year. This will be the first earth hour for countries including Kuwait, Carter, Kasaba, Madagascar, Nepal, Canbodia and Panama. At least nineteen of 2010 earth hour observance.
The event organizers recently announced that one of the latest states to join wsa M. Governer J has agree to shut off the lights in the dome of the state capital building. He says when it comes to saving energy and money, big changes start in small step like turning out the lights.
Will you turn out your lights this Saturday night to obseve earth hour? DO you think about what organizers call your environmental footprint  and try to reduce harmful effects?
Will you turn out your lights this Saturday night to observe earth hour? Do you think about what organizers call your environmental footprint and try to reduce harmful effects? Is climate change a concern for you?
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