Earth Hour 2010

24 March 2010


Hello beloveds,

In alignment with our Foundation’s “green” initiatives, I feel it is important to relay this information about the upcoming “Earth Hour 2010,” to take place on March 27, 2010 (Saturday), during which people all over the world will be turning off their lights for one hour beginning at precisely 8:30 p.m. (in their respective time zones). The rippling wave of darkness that will wash over the globe spanning a 24-hour period of “one hour of no lights” will be a dazzling spectacle to behold. Last year almost one billion people participated. This year could easily become the most heavily participated event in world history. To think:  You and I could be a part of it.

Let us join together and send this message throughout the world and throughout the entire Cosmos—about conserving our natural resources, going “green,” developing freer and cleaner energy supplies... and (let us not forget) about this being a colossal event to weave all humanity more and more deeply together as one Family in the heart of God.

With my love and eternal blessing,

Louix Dor Dempriey


P.S. Below are a few more facts:


Mission, History & Earth Hour 2010

On Earth Hour hundreds of millions of people, organizations, corporations, and governments around the world will come together to make a bold statement about their concern for climate change by doing something quite simple—turning off their lights for one hour. In places where people are already feeling the impacts of climate change, Earth Hour sends a clear message that we care about this issue and want to turn the lights out on dirty air, dangerous dependency on oil, and costly climate change impacts, and make the switch to cleaner air, and a strong economic future.

Participation is easy. Simply turn off your lights on March 27th at 8:30 p.m., local time, for one hour. That is all you need to do. Oh, and it would also be a great help if you would “spread the word.” Tell your friends  and co-workers, and feel free to forward this e-mail to whomever you wish.

Remember To Set Your Clock

Sparking a Movement

Since its inception three years ago, Earth Hour’s non-partisan approach has captured the world’s imagination and become a global phenomenon. Nearly one billion people turned out for Earth Hour 2009 – involving 4,100 cities in 87 countries on seven continents.

In the United States alone, last year, 80 million Americans and 318 cities joined iconic landmarks in the U.S. and around the world that went dark for Earth Hour, including:

•    Empire State Building
•    Brooklyn Bridge
•    Broadway Theater Marquees
•    Las Vegas Strip
•    United Nations Headquarters
•    Golden Gate Bridge
•    Seattle’s Space Needle
•    Church of Latter-Day Saints Temple
•    Gateway Arch in St. Louis
•    Great Pyramids of Giza
•    Acropolis and Parthenon in Athens
•    Christ the Redeemer Statue in Rio de Janeiro
•    St. Peter’s Basilica in Vatican City
•    Big Ben and Houses of Parliament in London
•    Elysee Palace and Eiffel Tower in Paris
•    Beijing’s Birds Nest and Water Cube
•    Symphony of Lights in Hong Kong
•    Sydney’s Opera House


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