Sunday, April 22, 2012

Tel Aviv Switches Lights Off to Mark Earth Day

I Love Earth
Cities all over Israel will black out for one hour to celebrate "Earth Hour" marking the 42nd annual Earth Day. Lights will be off everywhere, leaving Tel Aviv's Rabin Square and Jerusalem's Old City in complete darkness to raise awareness about energy conservation.

In further celebration of Earthy Day, Israel will have a campaign to clean up the beaches and have performances for which electricity will be supplied by vegetable oil generators and human pedal power in the form of 48 bicyclists.

Read more about how other countries rang in Earth Day here.

Happy Earth Day, everyone, till next time!