If you’re reading this Saturday night, you’re probably not taking part in Earth Hour. The worldwide, hour-long lights-out is intended to symbolize commitment to the planet. Famous landmarks as well as private homes go dark from 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. local time. After that? Business as usual.
— Toronto Hydro (@TorontoHydro) March 29, 2014
.@TorontoHydro I can hardly contain my excitement.
— Fern Hill (@fernhilldammit) March 29, 2014
— Johnny B (@justbejohnny) March 29, 2014
@TorontoHydro maybe tweet after earth hour is over?
— Home (@oldjetsam) March 29, 2014
— ATP22 (@ATP22) March 29, 2014
@fernhilldammit so they're gonna use electricity to tell everyone how much lower electricity usage is than usual.
— mark (@auditorydamage) March 29, 2014
Well, as long as they’re live-tweeting, let’s see the stats.
Making progress – keep it up! As of 8:30 we have dropped 2% or 66MW. #momentofdarkness
— Toronto Hydro (@TorontoHydro) March 30, 2014
— Paul Beliavsky (@pbeliavsky) March 30, 2014
— Be Gibson (@wgibson58) March 30, 2014
Earth Hour isn’t a complete waste of effort, is it? Is it?
If libs were really dedicated to #EarthHour they’d turn their heat and air off.
— Breeanne Walters (@breeannewalters) March 30, 2014
@breeannehowe and pull over at the side of the road and shut their cars off
— ⚡️Erick Brockway⚡️ (@erickbrockway) March 30, 2014
Even Earth Hour itself is cheating.
— Earth Hour Official (@earthhour) March 30, 2014
— Christopher Nelson (@Federalist) March 30, 2014