Turn Off The Lights And Save The Planet
Turning off your lights doesn't just protect sea turtles, millions around the world are doing their part to
conserve energy by participating in Earth Hour. In a creative gesture
to remind people of the importance of Earth Hour, the search engine Google
has dimmed the search page screen to black. Although your computer
display uses the same amount of energy regardless of what they display,
the dimmed page does serve as a great reminder for this conservation
On Saturday, March 29, 2008, Earth hour invites people around the world
to turn off their lights for one hour, from 8:00 pm to 9:00pm to show
your commitment to energy conservation.
Today, (or tomorrow if you’re in Australia) the Sydney Opera House, extinguished it’s lights to remind people to conserve energy.
Our warming planet has a huge impact on the worlds marine mammals.
IFAW recently completed a report on the state of our arctic animals
titled On Thin Ice. If you happen to be in the Cape Cod area, I’d recommend checking out an upcoming presentation on the report by IFAW’s Cindy Milburn.
You can do your part to conserve energy and help marine wildlife. Each year IFAW's Animal Action Week is all about actions you can take to protect animals.
Check out the Whale Program site for more easy things you can do to protect whales.