Baylor Observes Earth Hour 2010 This SaturdayMarch 25, 2010
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If you see Pat Neff Hall at Baylor University go dark at 8:30 p.m. this Saturday (March 27) don't be alarmed; there is no power failure.
Baylor is joining in a worldwide effort to raise awareness of energy conservation by participating in Earth Hour 2010.
At 8:30 p.m. local time in all time zones, people around the world will come together by doing something quite simple - turning off their lights for one hour.
The effort symbolizes that by working together, people can make a positive impact in protecting their future and that of future generations.
Baylor's focus will be on one campus building to express the university's commitment to sustainability and conservation.
More information is at the Earth Hour 2010 web site.
Contact: Smith Getterman, Sustainability Coordinator, (254) 710-3768