Earth Hour 2010

On March 27, 2010, from 8:30 P.M. to 9:30 P.M., cities and towns across the world will switch off their lights for one hour — Earth Hour — sending a powerful global message that it’s time to take action on climate change. Earth Hour 2010 aims to empower individuals, communities, businesses, and governments to commit to the challenge of solving the climate change crisis.

Last year, the Philippines ranked first in terms of scope of public participation, with 647 cities and towns switching off their lights. This year, the Philippines once again joins over one billion people in more than 6,000 cities and towns worldwide in this symbolic act of switching off lights.

Be part of the “10 for 2010” initiative!

Be an Earth Hour Advocate! You can be part of the world’s largest mass participation event by committing to switch off your lights during Earth Hour.

Enlarge the Earth Hour Circle of Advocates! Your commitment to support Earth Hour 2010 entails getting 10 other friends or members of your network to support Earth Hour. Those that you bring in to the Circle of Earth Hour advocates will each, in turn, get 10 new Earth Hour Advocates. The process continues toward building a community of Earth Hour advocates.

Just imagine what we can do if we act together.

Be counted as an Earth Hour Advocate!

Fill up the form below:

Register Online

And you can tell your friends to register for Earth Hour via mobile:

Register via SMS To register just text the following message to 5777:

green reg firstname/middleinitial/lastname/earthhour

Then, after your registration is confirmed, text to 5777:

green memo on

to make you a part of our instant communications network.

Thank you for being part of the Earth Hour 2010 effort!