We did our share

February 2, 2007 at 1:00 am 3 comments

Tonight, from 19:55 to 20:00 we turned off all our lights to express concern over global warming. It was neat. We watched the buildings across the street and as people turned off their lights, they came out onto their balconies. We waved at each other and felt connected. Here in Barcelona, the lights were turned off at the Sagrada Familia and other tourist buildings. In Paris, they turned off the lights at the Tour Eiffel.

Paris

Entry filed under: Barcelona, global warming, Weather.

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  • 1. Gi  |  February 5, 2007 at 5:33 pm

    I think I prefer “her” lightened. At night: the best time to watch “la mademoiselle Eiffel”. It sounds better to me when I use “mademoiselle”. If Eiffel Tower was a woman, I think she wouldn´t be married.
    ;-))

    About this initiative in France: It was good. Arnaldo Jabor talked about this in his chronic on tv. Bjs

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  • 2. guerson  |  February 6, 2007 at 12:18 am

    I like it lit too Gi. Arrastei meu marido para ver a torre piscar de noite 😉 achei o maximo…

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  • 3. Earth Hour « building bridges  |  March 29, 2008 at 1:56 pm

    […] participated at a similar event last year when we were in Barcelona. We plan to snuggle on our couch, with maybe […]

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