"Earth Hour was a huge global success with 3,937 cities and towns turning out their lights, across 88 countries. With almost a billion people mobilized, Earth Hour 2009 was the biggest environmental demonstration in history!* Millions of Canadians took part all across the nation, in more than 288 cities and municipalities along with thousands of businesses, helping to make our skylines go dark."People were inspired across the country and around the globe as monuments such as the CN Tower, the Eiffel Tower, the Pyramids of Giza in Egypt, the Acropolis and the Empire State Building went dark. This year we welcomed new participation from people in countries such as India and China, and welcomed back the countries that celebrated Earth Hour in 2008."
*Emphasis is my own.
Wow--the biggest environmental demonstration ever! I'm really glad I got to take part and make some serious history and noise (with my violin ;-) ). **gives Earth a hug** So... Who's going to contact Guinness?
I wonder what the numbers were for Human Achievement Hour...........