Charlottesville VA goes green by participating in Earth Hour 2009. Many Charlottesville Virginia residents are concerned with environmental issues such as global warming, energy consumption and land preservation. The ecofriendly nature of the community is apparent by the increasing number of green built homes. One way that Charlottesville can show its support for environmental conservation is by observing Earth Hour.
Earth Hour is a global lights out occuring throughtout the world at 8:30 pm local time. The World Wildlife Fund is asking people to turn off thier lights for one hour which is Earth Hour. This is a chance for individuals around the world to collectively voice their concern over the changing climate and to show a commitment to ciscovering a solution to the problems facing the planet.
There are several ways that you can record and show your vote:
- Take a photo during Earth Hour, post it on the Earth Hour Flickr group, tag with your city & country
- Take a video of your Earth Hour event, upload to the Earth Hour Youtube group
- Write a blogpost during Earth Hour and tag with earthhour or voteearth and your location
- Post to twitter on the night and include the hashtags #earthhour or #voteearth and #your location
Support the Charlottesville VA green movement by participating in Earth Hour 2009. Lets have a dark green night.
If you are looking for a Charlottesville VA green built home for sale, there are several currently on the market. Email me and I would be happy to provide you with a list. There are also several ecocommunities in Charlottesville providing the perfect environment for the ecofriendly home buyer.
Contact Pam Dent, e-PRO, SRES, NHD, REALTOR®, Real Estate III, Charlottesville, Virginia at 434 960-0161 to buy a property in the following areas in Central Virginia: Charlottesville, Albemarle County, Keswick, Glenmore, Ivy, Crozet, Earlysville, Free Union, Cismont, Scottsville, Fluvanna County, Troy, Palmyra, Lake Monticello, Louisa County, Louisa, Mineral, Spring Creek, Orange County, Gordonsville, Orange, Barboursville, Greene County, Ruckersville.
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First published on Charlottesville Real Estate Talk.