Earth Hour 2010 is upon us – tomorrow, Saturday, 3/27 at 8:30 p.m., hundreds of millions of people around the world will turn off their lights for one hour in hopes of spreading awareness of climate change…and saving about a gajillion kilowatt hours in electric power (it has to be a gajillion, right?)

Last year, Earth Hour happened in more than 80 countries, 4,100 cities. Las Vegas. Rio de Janeiro.  Paris.  The American Idol stage.  All dark–at least electronically speaking.  What an easy, powerful way to light the world with the power of human passion.

Will you participate?

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