Yes For Earth Hour

With only a kerosene lamp and some candles inside our house, we joined people all over the world for the Earth Hour last night. My nieces were quite curious about it and we tried to explain to them the importance of the event and as well as that of the global warming. As I watched the Earth Hour's coverage on TV, I felt really glad that Philippines actively participated in the event. There is hope in addressing global warming problems.

I hope the movement will not stop after Earth Hour. We can help in any little way we can. All of us.

According to the Earth Hour website, the Philippines topped the most number of participants in the event with 650 communities switching off their lights for the Earth Hour. Go Pinoy!

Blogger’s Earth Hour Link Love Chain:
Norway: RennyBA’s Terella - The host of this list.
Philippines: Heart of Rachel: Vote Earth! and Fun Heart Hour 2009.
Singapore: EastCoastLife put up the banner and a separate post!
Norway: CultureSchock - Vote Earth!
France: A. at A Changing Life - Earth Hour 2009.
USA: Scarty at My Daily Life Experience - Earth Hour 2009 in Chicago.
Sweden: Lifecruiser - Earth Hour Stockholm City 2009.
Malaysia: Life Ramblings - Earth Hour 2009.
Philippines: FiliPina Jade - Do you think our planet is worth saving?


mirage2g said...

I heard Pinas has the most number od participants...yaay!

Rico said...

Sana gawin nila ito kahit every quarter. Every little bit helps!

SASSY MOM said...

Sana tuloy tuloy everyday may Earth Hour. Just a conscious effort to conserve energy.

I'm so proud to be Pinoy!

Hicham said...

eYes for Earth and I'm happy that I participated too :)

EastCoastLife said...

Wow. That's good to hear about Philippines having the most number of participants.
We did a good deed. :)

Superman said...

Yes! Let's support Earth Hour in the years to come!

RennyBA said...

What a great contribution and congrats to the Philippines!

Thanks for your visit and comments. If you update your post with a link to my Blogger’s Earth Hour Link Love Chain, I'll ad you to the list :-)

Heart of Rachel said...

We also participated. My 5-yr old enjoyed it because it was a nice opportunity for family bonding.

Lifecruiser Travel Blog said...

Go Philippines Go! My country, Sweden is a very small country, though very aware of the environment problems, yet we didn't have that much participating as one could wish. Maybe next year.

I've added you to the link love in my post :-)

RennyBA said...

Thanks for getting back and for adding the Blogger’s Earth Hour Link Love Chain!
Your now added to the origin list :-)

Kelly / Visyel said...

We turned off our lights, but we continued watching the television. Hehehe...