60+ Earth Hour: How Will You Go Beyond The Hour?

Exactly, 30 days hereafter, Earth Hour 2012 will happen. It was started with an idea that becomes a symbol. It was first started in a single city and on March 31, 2012. It will be more than 130 countries.  A symbol that became a movement that unites people to protect our planet earth.

It's like one hundred thirty five countries and territories with five thousand two hundred fifty one cities and town across the globe, reaching 18 billion people. 

Together, every one of us can go beyond the hour. Everyone has the power to change the world that we live in.  The power to make a change rely in our hands, to make something different not only for the world but for us, a human which will benefit all things in it!

On March 31, 2012 at exactly 8:30 pm, Saturday. Let us all participate with this once in a life time event in humanities. Let us bring inspiration to all people who forget their responsibilities as a human, to participate in their share, to be able to be called human. A human with care to the world he lives in, the world he dies for and the world he will remember... eternally.

On this day, celebrate your action for the planet with the people of world by switching off your lights for an hour, then go beyond the hour. Watch the official video of this year Earth Hour.

"Hundreds of millions of people, businesses and governments around the world unite each year to support the largest environmental event in the history"
- Earth Hour

You can even create your own Earth Hour virtual lantern. Show your support right now by creating colorful lantern.  How? Here's what to do;

1. First visit the Earth Hour Lantern Project page.

2. Choose your lamtern shape.

3. Customize your lantern by selecting your lantern design, color and your lantern flame color.

4. You can put message in it.

5. Share it with your Facebook and Twitter friends so that they can also create one for them.
Look... I have created mine to show my support for the Earth Hour 2012.

Find out more about how the Earth Hour have grown and why you should get involved by visiting them in http://www.earthhour.org/, follow them on Twitter at http://twitter.com/#!/earthhour and Like them on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/earthhour.

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