Saturday, March 29, 2008
More about Earth Hour
Numerous Canadian restaurants and hotels have joined the ranks of businesses who are acknowledging Earth Hour by turning off their lights for an hour.
I wrote about it in a previous blog on March 24.
But is it helping the environment?
Some think not.
An article in the Ottawa Citizen presents another side to this latest campaign to raise the level of awareness about climate change.
Coincidentally, my husband Bob Frause is quoted in the article.
Dessert at Mii Amo. Photo by Sue Frause.
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