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Biggest Icons to Switch Off for Earth Hour

Between 8:30 pm and 9:30 pm tonight, the most visually captivating landmark icons across the world will go dark in support of Earth Hour 2012.

From the Eiffel Tower in Paris to the Empire State Building in New York City, the world’s tallest building the Burj Khalifa to the Leaning Tower in Pisa in Italy – at 8:30PM on March 31, the most visually captivating icons will go dark for Earth Hour 2012.

Check the bird’s eye-view of major cities on previous Earth Hours…

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Earth Hour Embraced By Generation-Next

Earth Hour 2011 saw hundreds of millions of people across 135 countries and territories join together for an awesome display of global unity – showing us what’s possible when we all connect for a common purpose. This year again, the youth have many things planned worldwide.

Earth Hour is seeing record numbers of children and teenagers all around the globe getting involved in the campaign to take action for a sustainable future. From Libya to Swaziland and India to Singapore, Earth Hour is being celebrated and in some cases organized by youths who want to . . . → Read More: Earth Hour Embraced By Generation-Next

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Earth Hour to be watched over from space as the lights go out

The event will have a live commentary from space as landmarks from the Eiffel Tower to the Sydney Opera House switch off . . . → Read More: Earth Hour to be watched over from space as the lights go out

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Tackling belief is the key to overcoming climate change scepticism

Without belief in climate change, repeating the scientific case for manmade global warming simply bounces off . . . → Read More: Tackling belief is the key to overcoming climate change scepticism

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Pesticides linked to honeybee decline

The first study conducted in a natural environment has shown that systemic pesticides damage bees’ ability to navigate . . . → Read More: Pesticides linked to honeybee decline

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Interpol demands crackdown on ‘serious and organised’ eco crime

Ivory poaching and illegal logging requires needs tougher enforcement and intelligence input, says Interpol director . . . → Read More: Interpol demands crackdown on ‘serious and organised’ eco crime

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Bhutan to advise United Nations on a new economy: happiness

Empower women, support local economy, promote a vibrant media and strengthen communities, says Himalayan kingdom . . . → Read More: Bhutan to advise United Nations on a new economy: happiness

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Synthetic biology: the best hope for mankind’s future?

If GM is agriculture’s Ford Cortina, synthetic biology could give us Ferrari crops that feed the world without harming the planet . . . → Read More: Synthetic biology: the best hope for mankind’s future?

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Met Office hosts ‘conversations’ with climate sceptics

It should be welcomed that the Met Office is engaging with critics of climate science . . . → Read More: Met Office hosts ‘conversations’ with climate sceptics

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Ford Focus Electric will use ‘build-to-order’ sales model

Car maker touts innovative pre-order production model pioneered by PC manufacturer Dell . . . → Read More: Ford Focus Electric will use ‘build-to-order’ sales model

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