Earth Hour
Global Lights-Out Initiative: Earth Hour 09 on March 28 20:30-21:30
Earth Hour 09, led by WWF Australia, will be held on a global scale on March 28, 2009.
If you find it interesting, please visit their website and find the detail.
Earth Hour background
Earth Hour is a worldwide campaign that aims to educate the community about the threats of climate change, informing individuals and businesses about the difference they can make by reducing their emissions at home and in the workplace.
Earth Hour's origins and achievements
Earth Hour is an Australian initiative that began in Sydney in 2007. Approximately 2.2 million people and 2,100 businesses took part in the first year.
In 2008 Earth Hour was held on Saturday 29 March, 2008 and involved between 50 and 100 million people in 370 cities and towns around the world, including Chicago, Toronto, Copenhagen, Dublin, Atlanta and Bangkok took part.

Earth Hour 2009
Earth Hour 2009 aims to reach 1 billion people in more than 1,000 cities, encouraging them to turn off their lights as a message to the world's leaders that strong action needs to be taken to combat climate change.
In December 2009, the world's leaders will gather in Copenhagen for the United Nations Climate Change Conference, which will create the most important international climate change agreement ever. People the world over will be directly affected by the decisions that will be made in Copenhagen.
"Candle Night" would like to work as a platform for other "lights-out" movement and all people that share similar causes with us.

Earth Candle Night in Mauritius
Event report 2008: ECNM2008_Event_Report.pdf

First Steps Network

Lights Out Day

Friends of the Earth (FoE) HK

Dim It

Korean Women's Environmental Network (KWEN)--Korea

Candle Night Korea