Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Vancouver, BC
The 1st of February 2007:
Participate in the biggest mobilization of Citizens Against Global Warming!
The Alliance for the Planet [a group of environmental associations] is calling on all citizens to create 5 minutes of electrical rest for the planet. http://www.lalliance.fr
People all over the world should turn off their lights and electrical appliances on the first of February 2007, between 1.55 pm and 2.00 pm in New York, 18.55 for London, and 19.55 for Paris, Bruxelles, and Italy. 1.55pm in Ottawa, 10.55am on the Pacific Coast of North America.
This is not just about saving 5 minutes worth of electricity; this is about getting the attention of the media, politicians, and ourselves.
Five minutes of electrical down time for the planet: this does not take
long, and costs nothing, and will show all political leaders that
global warming is an issue that needs to come first and foremost in
Why February 1? This is the day when the new UN report on global climate change will come out in Paris.
This event affects us all, involves us all, and provides an occasion to show how important an issue global warming is to us. If we all participate, this action can have real media and political weight.
With Stanley Park out of commission (sob!) for now; weâ€™ve had to find alternative running routes. This Saturday we went to Ambleside Beach in West Vancouver. And here are some pictures from the run:
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Growing up, my life and that of those around me was embroiled in so much drama, I imagined my adult life would be rather complicated. I’m amazed at how stress free and uncomplicated my life is right now.
Actually, I’m a little disappointed. I waged and prepared my whole life to battle fate except there isn’t much to fight for.
When I get restless, I sometimes think of shadows, it means it’s either sunny or there’s a light close by.