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We Can Do More to Slow Climate Change

Dear Source:
Please join the world in conserving our energy at earthhour.org or visit our site at eastvi.org/projects.html this Saturday night March 27 at 8:30 p.m. in the Virgin Islands. In the face of climate change, increasing fuel prices, the links between our health concerns and climate change, we ask that you conserve and look to other forms of energy that are renewable and carbon free.
Enjoy the stars and heavens during the hour or enjoy the night free of light. In Earth hour 2010 over 128 countries and territories united from the Asia Pacific to Europe and Africa to the Americas all switched off their lights. Help send a message to our elected officials that we can do more in conservation and slowing climate change. Join us!
Jason Budsan
President Environmental Association St. Thomas-St. John

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Dear Source:
Please join the world in conserving our energy at earthhour.org or visit our site at eastvi.org/projects.html this Saturday night March 27 at 8:30 p.m. in the Virgin Islands. In the face of climate change, increasing fuel prices, the links between our health concerns and climate change, we ask that you conserve and look to other forms of energy that are renewable and carbon free.
Enjoy the stars and heavens during the hour or enjoy the night free of light. In Earth hour 2010 over 128 countries and territories united from the Asia Pacific to Europe and Africa to the Americas all switched off their lights. Help send a message to our elected officials that we can do more in conservation and slowing climate change. Join us!
Jason Budsan
President Environmental Association St. Thomas-St. John