be free


Sunday, November 29, 2009

Windows 7 Sins

The alternative? With free software you have freedom!
To use free software is to make a political and ethical choice asserting the right to learn, and share what we learn with others. Free software has become the foundation of a learning society where we share our knowledge in a way that others can build upon and enjoy.

What if there were a worldwide group of talented ethical programmers voluntarily committed to the idea of writing and sharing software with each other and with anyone else who agreed to share alike? What if anyone could be a part of and benefit from this community even without being a computer expert or knowing anything about programming? We wouldn't have to worry about getting caught copying a useful program for our friends—because we wouldn't be doing anything wrong.

In fact, such a movement exists, and you can be part of it.

You can get more information about each of the sins and how to escape them at

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

EDUSOL 2009, Quinto Encuentro en Línea de Educación, Cultura y Software Libres

EDUSOl joins hand to all those persons interested in Open source / Free Software in Education.
its not just talking about free software but linking different persons or groups interested of free software in education.

check the site: EDUSOL

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Congreso Guatemalteco de Software Libre

El Congreso Guatemalteco de Software Libre, es un evento promovido por los integrantes de varios grupos de usuarios de Linux de Guatemala, con el único propósito de proponer y dar a conocer soluciones tecnológicas basadas en software libre.


* Divulgar el espíritu y filosofía de trabajo del software libre.
* Dar a conocer la existencia de alternativas libres.
* Brindar las herramientas necesarias para mejorar el desarrollo tecnológico.
* Promover el uso legal del software.
* Unir esfuerzos de LUGs del País para difundir el Software Libre.

Sede Oficial para CGSOL 2009

La sede oficial para CGSOL 2009 será la cabecera departamental de Chimaltenango, también del mismo nombre, se encuentra aproximadamente a 54 Km de la ciudad capital.

ChimaLUG será el organizador de este evento con el apoyo de toda la comunidad guatemalteca SLGT.

Las Fechas Oficiales para este año son : 26-27-28 de Noviembre del 2009 y se llevará acabo en el Instituto Leonidas Mencos Avila de Chimaltenango.

Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Sound for Pavilion dv4 in Ubuntu

How to fix your sound for a Hp Pavilion Dv4.. running ubuntu 9.04 .

well i was doing some reaseach and i found out that all i had to do is add to adding to:

sudo joe /etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base.conf

and find the line

options snd-pcsp index=-2

and add

alias snd-card-0 snd-hda-intel
alias sound-slot-0 snd-hda-intel
options snd-hda-intel model=dell-m4-1
options snd-hda-intel enable_msi=1

save your document

and restart your laptop and yaaaaaaaah its working ..

hope it helps ...

Sunday, August 23, 2009

SUCCESS Drupal workshop..

Friday 21-22 August 2009 the Drupal workshop for the Drupal tour centroamericano was a Success.
it all started at 9 am with some introduction about what is Drupal and why its a good idea to use it .. one of the secure and powerful CMS was introduced to group of people (15) who all showed interest in Drupal and in Open Source software.. we used a Computer lab at Sacred Heart college, where we were using Ubuntu for the attendees to use .. the workshop lasted almost 7 hourse were people got to know about druapal and also on how to use it and how to design a simple personal website.

thanks to Josef D. for the Hard work.

also to all the persons who helped us to make it a success, hope that this will not be the last workshop based on opensource...


Friday, August 14, 2009

Belize LUG community

Come and be part of Belize LUG community ..
BelizeLug is a group of individuals, who are interested in Linux and other free software and who meet regularly to discuss it.activities include encouraging and assisting new users, distributing software,listening to presentations on specific topics,developing projects and socializing.

come and join ....

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Drupal Tour Centroamerica 2009

(Josef D.)
"From 1st of August to 9th of September 2009, I'm travelling from Nicaragua over El Salvador, Guatemala, Belize to México. During the trip, I'm doing drupal workshops with people of the free software community.

Del 1 de Agosto hasta el 9 de Septiembre 2009, estoy viajando desde Nicaragua hasta México, pasando por El Salvador, Guatemala y Belize. Realizo talleres de drupal con comunidades de software libre durante este viaje."

El Salvador – 01.08.09 – 10.08.09
06.08.09 - OpenAtrium @ El Gato
07.08.09 - Gira Drupal meets Ubuntu El Salvador - dasjo, Dkcross
10.08.09 - Taller de Drupal en el CiberUES de la Universidad Nacional de El Salvador - dasjo, Gaby
Guatemala – 11.08.09 – 18.08.09 SLGT, Ubuntu Guatemala
13.08.09 - Café Libre en Cuidad de Guatemala
14.08.09 - Conferencia de Drupal en Quetzaltenango
15.08.09 - Taller: Drupal y vos & Administracion de Drupal (Lugusac)

Belize – 19.08.09 – 25.08.09
20.08.09 - Drupal Workshop @ Sacred Heart College - nabs, nabs @ 9:00 Am
21.08.09 - Drupal Workshop @ Sacred Heart College - nabs, nabs @ 9:00 Am

México – 26.08.09 – 09.09.09 Drupal México
Read more

Ver nicaragua-mexico en un mapa más grandeérica-2009

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Belize Drupal workshop 2009

Contact us for more information at belizelug(at)

TIME 9:00 AM.. SEE you THERE

Monday, July 20, 2009


i wish it was me.........
be happy ..
keep smiling..

 bored in the office..

Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Drupal Tour Centroamérica 2009

What is Drupal ??? hmmm

Drupal, an open source content management platform.Its a Free Software package that allows an individual or a community of users to easily publish, manage and organize a wide variety of content on a website.

Join us this August @ Sacred Heart College ..

Background story

Sent by Austrian Service Abroad, I’m working as a Social
Servant at Casa de los Tres Mundos, Granada, Nicaragua
from 08/01/2008 to 07/31/2009.

I worked a lot with drupal, migrating Casa Tres Mundos'
website from drupal 4 to drupal 6. Furthermore I helped
with organizing the first Drupalcamp Centroamérica 2009
in Managua, Nicaragua. From april to end of june, I led a
drupal workshop at our trainee center.

When I went to the first ECSL, I met various people
interested in drupal from all central america. This is why I
decided to combine my trip to México with doing drupal

Drupal Tour Centroamérica 2009
In August 2009 I'm going to travel from Nicaragua over El
Salvador, Honduras, Guatemala, Belize to México. During
the trip, I plan to do drupal workshops with people of the
free software community.

Please feel free and encouraged to contact me about
possible drupal workshops with you folks

• El Salvador - around Sat., 1st of August
• Honduras - around Sat., 8th of August
• Guatemala - around Sat., 15th of August
• Belize - around Sat., 22nd of August
• México - around Sat., 29th of August

These dates are really tentative at the very moment,
because I'm currently contacting you guys from the various
free software comunities. But this should give you an idea
when we could get together to make things happen.

Requirements for the workshop..

- If you Have a laptop Bring it along with you.(if not We can provide a Computer to use for the workshop)
_ I prefer the following: computer running Linux (Ubuntu, Fedora , Debian Ect.. )

Dont miss it.. its going to be Fun.. and very interesting..
Promoting Opensource and free software in Belize

Place Hosted: Sacred Heart College.
Time : to be Determined

Keep in contact for farther updates !!

If you want to attend the Drupal Workshop please contact
nabs at email : enrinabet(at)gmail(dot)com

Wednesday, July 1, 2009


hmm what is the meaning of Reality? $@#@D0Nt K4ow%@$@$
life is a reality live it to the best and be happy ..

Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Belize Issues Support for Ousted Honduran President

posted (June 29, 2009)
The Government of Belize has issued a statement saying it supports Honduran President Manuel Zelaya who was ousted in a coup on Sunday. The statement says, “Belize, in full solidarity with SICA member states, recognizes President Zelaya as the only constitutional president of Honduras and demands his immediate reinstatement.”

Support for president Zelaya has come from throughout the Americas, most prominently, the Alba nations, Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia and Nicaragua, as well as the US and the Organization of the American States. Secretary General of the OAS, José Miguel Insulza, was very firm in his statement declaring, “we will not accept a return to the past in the continent,” and “in our region, military taken part in coups are not accepted.” The OAS has called a special emergency session of all member states tomorrow and Belize’s Foreign Minister Wilfred Elrington is expected to attend.

Yesterday soldiers stormed into the president’s palace in Honduras’ capital and forced president Zelaya, into exile in Costa Rica. Zelaya was trying to amend the constitution to allow re-election and the military and judiciary opposed it. Their decision to oust him has sparked crisis and turmoil throughout the Americas as the coup is being strongly condemned. While regional leaders are all demanding the reinstatement of Zelaya, the Honduran Supreme Court and National Congress both support the military’s actions, and claims they were defending democracy.

Amidst the chaos, a new interim president was sworn in, Roberto Micheletti. When we tried to contact the Honduran Ambassador here in Belize, he was unavailable for comment until Monday of next week.

The last census showed that persons born in Hondurans form the second largest bloc of Belize’s foreign born population.

Friday, June 26, 2009

My road Map to Nicaragua

View Road Trip to ECSL (encuentro centroamericano de software libre) in a larger map

Destination Esteli, Nicaragua fro the ESCL.
and the only Belizean There, representing Belize.

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Declaración de Estelí

(soon the English version)


Definiciones: Software Libre: Programa de computación cuya licencia
garantiza al usuario acceso al código fuente del programa y lo
autoriza a ejecutarlo con cualquier propósito, modificarlo y
redistribuir tanto el programa original como sus modificaciones, sin
tener que pagar regalías adicionales a los desarrolladores previos.

Estándares Abiertos: Especificaciones técnicas, publicadas y
controladas por alguna organización que se encarga de su desarrollo,
las cuales han sido aceptadas por la industria, estando a disposición
de cualquier usuario para ser implementadas en un software libre u
otro, promoviendo la competitividad, interoperatividad o flexibilidad.

- II -

Preámbulo: Nosotros y nosotras, integrantes de la comunidad
centroamericana de personas usuarias, desarrolladoras y activistas de
Software Libre nos hemos reunido en la ciudad de Estelí, Nicaragua,
con los siguientes objetivos: reunir experiencias de organización por
parte de las comunidades, compartir conocimiento técnico, crear lazos
sociales y cohesión de ideas en la región y fijar objetivos comunes
para el impulso del Software Libre en Centroamérica.

- III -

Tomando en cuenta que todos los gobiernos de nuestros países han
firmado y ratificado la Carta Iberoamericana de Gobierno Electrónico[1],
enfatizamos en la importancia de recordar las afirmaciones de dicha
Carta en términos de recomendar: "el uso de Estándares Abiertos y de
Software Libre en razón de la seguridad, sostenibilidad a largo plazo
y para prevenir que el conocimiento público no sea privatizado."

- IV -

Considerando también que el uso del Software Libre y Estándares

1. Contribuye a fortalecer a la industria nacional de software.

2. Contribuye efectivamente con la reducción de la brecha social y

3. Permite la interoperabilidad de los sistemas de información del
Estado para dar respuestas rápidas y oportunas a los ciudadanos y
ciudadanas, mejorando la gobernabilidad y la autonomía.

4. Permite mejorar los niveles de seguridad de los sistemas.

5. Es un instrumento para alcanzar la soberanía y autonomía
tecnológica, con una mejor inverisón de los recursos públicos.

- V -

Acordamos instar a los gobiernos, instituciones educativas, centros de
investigación, sociedad civil y a todas las instancias relacionadas de
Belice, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, y
Panamá a que:

1. Se establezca como política de Estado, el uso de Estándares Abiertos
y de Software Libre en la Administración Pública.

2. Se fomente la investigación y el desarrollo de software desde un
modelo de licenciamiento, construcción y acceso libres, desarrollado
con Estándares Abiertos, procurando incentivos especiales para esos

3. Se promueva el uso generalizado del Software Libre y Estándares
Abiertos en la sociedad, capacitando e instruyendo a los usuarios y

4. Se establezcan políticas para incluir el Software Libre desarrollado
con Estándares Abiertos, en los programas de educación básica y
diversificada, bajo los principios de una Educación Tecnológica
inclusiva, creativa y solidaria.

5. Se establezcan dentro de los planes y programas de fomento e
implementación de Software Libre y de Estándares Abiertos, mecanismos
que respeten la identidad, diversidad de contextos, culturas, etnias y

6. Se procure el desarrollo de sistemas operativos y aplicaciones
adecuadas para poblaciones específicas según sus características
étnicas, culturales y socioeconómicas.

7. Que las inequidades sociales en el acceso a la educación y la
tecnología pueden reproducir los modelos patriarcales y que el
Software Libre puede ser una herramienta que aporte a la
participación, autonomía y empoderamiento de las mujeres en la

8. Que no se permita el patentamiento de software y de algoritmos, pues
atenta contra el desarrollo tecnológico de nuestros países y las
oportunidades de nuestra población para convertirse en sujetos activos
en la construcción del conocimiento.

9. Que las instituciones públicas deben compartir la información
referente a solicitudes de patentamiento y modificaciones a las leyes
de derechos de autor, para que esos datos sean accesibles de manera
gratuita y estén disponibles a través de medios digitales, utilizando
Estándares Abiertos.

10. Que la información y los estudios realizados en universidades e
instituciones públicas deben estar disponibles para su uso,
aprendizaje y mejoramiento por ser de interés público.

11. Que los currículums universitarios deben incorporar dentro de sus
asignaturas, los esquemas de licenciamiento libres.

12. Que las universidades deben incluir dentro de las carreras afines
al desarrollo de sistemas, los conocimientos básicos acerca de las
nociones generales de derechos de autor y esquemas de licenciamiento.

Dado en la ciudad de Estelí, Nicaragua, a los veinte días del mes de
junio de dos mil nueve.

[1] Aprobada por la IX Conferencia Iberoamericana de Ministros de
Administración Pública y Reforma del Estado y ratificada en la la XVII
Cumbre Iberoamericana de Jefes de Estado y de Gobierno en Santiago,
Chile, el 10 de noviembre de 2007


(image #1)

well after talking with some friends we came to the conclusion that we are going to send invitations through emails to persons we know that are interesting in Linux and are willing to help to start a Group in Belize.
(image #2)

I have started designing some logos so we can use .. so far we don't have a name for our group, we want to decide the name when we meet for our first meeting which is schedules some where around the 1st week of July..

pleas let me know what you think about the logos what does it need what do i need to move rate it i will really appreciate it ..

(image #3)

well its time for me to take a brake for some coffee ..

Creative Commons License
Belize Linux users' Group logo by Belize LUG is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

ESCL - Day 0

After waiting so much time and counting the days XXD, Finally the first Central American Open Source Summit arrived, all exited that i was i not even did go sleep cause i was packing for my big trip all around Central America in bus witch is known as the "Open Source Bus" by ESCL(encuentro centroamericano de software libre) Community.

After all this fuss i was ready, but still i was so nervous cause; first it was my first time that i was going to travel so far by my self, second i had in mind that i have so much responiblites @ work and third i was thinking if the little pocket money that i was taking will do the trike jeje u know take me to my destination and bring me back home.. jejeje

well the day arrived Tuesday June 16, 2009 all anxious i took my bags and waited for the taxi driver who never appeared i had to go to the highway and look for one by then it was almost 7am and i was waiting sine 5:45am jeje i felt like i will not make it on time to take the micro bus in Melchor De Mencos Guatemala wich was to take me to Santa Elena Peten Guatemala to aboard my Plain that was to take me to Guatemala City (Maya De Oro)jejej.

Once i was in Santa Elena the first thing i did was buy my ticket second i decided that i will treat my self a Burger @ Burger Kind so that was my first lunch for the day with coffee and lots of coffee so i don't fall at sleep cause it was my first time i was to travel during the day.

All exited i spend all my Quetzales so i had to pay a man who was driving a tuck tuck moto taxi and he took me to a ATM machine from there i asked him to take me to buy a Tigo Chip for my phone so i can be in contact with Luis (AKA l.fac) from Guatemala City who was going to give me a place to sleep so i can take the bus.

one in the terminal i called l.fac and told him that i am on my way also i text my mom to tell her that i am on my way and also my special friend in Belize it was an international text.

ooooooh yeah almost forgot jejej i boarded the bus, and like 1 hours of traveling the bus started to give problems jeje yeah i felt nervous cause me by my self not knowing where i am , but the driver called his office and a next bus arrived i was like thanks lots ...

Finally after 8 hours of travel the bus arrived Guatemala and i was happy to be safe in Guatemala..After few calls i meet L.fac in the terminal.. thanks to him i was able to make it to take the Bus that was to take us to Esteli Nicaragua.

Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Ubuntu Installation Lab 2


We have started installing all the computers in campus like we do every summer, with the new Ubuntu version 9.04 (Jaunty Jackalope), this is lab 2 computers in the pictures which have 38 Computers we have 2 more labs with 40 machines each and 2 staff labs..
Its lots of fun doing what you like do...
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Tuesday, June 2, 2009

June 2, 4:25 pm

Me Nabet here in the office thinking wat a day will it be tomorrow June 3, is it going to rain, will it be Hot?? hmm
its just on of those days that have a big meaning to me, if going back 22 years back in time i was nothing i was new to everything, just a human being exploring the world.

its just a new beginning of responsibilities and dreams coming true every day, and of course celebrating the good and the bad but most of it the happy i am to be who i am now, many people always ignored but i have shown all of them that dreams might not come true but its not hard to try at least we will learn something from it and that makes my days; me trying and trying and of course each try have a step a head.
i am moving slowly but with struggles and enough effort..

yeah its just a new day to celebrate, its not a big party to others but for me it is one, its me moving on and do wat i can do best...

day by day i think about my goals, hmmm the list just to big, but i have them well organized, some of them be happy, make others be happy, live each day, love, effort, education, study, hmm all of them are just like yours or maybe not.. but they are goals that i have and there are other important ones which makes me move on.. its like the fuel of an engine..

goals and dreams might be hard to accomplish or to make it come true but, nothing is impossible if we try hard i mean harder than u tried yesterday.. and u will see that it will make a big difference in your life and it will impact others in a good way..

so live life to the very best and use your energy and power to do good to your self and others..

its me typing this ?
jejej yeah

Happy Birth Day to all of my friends who celebrating this month (JUNE) the list is so big that i cant remember with out looking at my calendar wat a shame to be ur friend true? But no i have never forgotten that i have friends out there..

well nabs it time to go home..


Thursday, April 30, 2009

British government releases swine flu public information film

Good video ..
its so easy to spread the virus..
so please wash your hands..
and thanks lots for doing so..

Video from Swineflunewsblog

Wednesday, April 29, 2009

What you need to know about swine flu

From Source : Yahoo News

Q: How do I protect myself and my family?

A: For now, take commonsense precautions. Cover your coughs and sneezes, with a tissue that you throw away or by sneezing into your elbow rather than your hand. Wash hands frequently; if soap and water aren't available, hand gels can substitute. Stay home if you're sick and keep children home from school if they are.

Q: How easy is it to catch this virus?

A: Scientists don't yet know if it takes fairly close or prolonged contact with someone who's sick, or if it's more easily spread. But in general, flu viruses spread through uncovered coughs and sneezes or — and this is important — by touching your mouth or nose with unwashed hands. Flu viruses can live on surfaces for several hours, like a doorknob just touched by someone who sneezed into his hand.

Q: In Mexico, officials are handing out face masks. Do I need one?

A: The CDC says there's not good evidence that masks really help outside of health care settings. It's safer just to avoid close contact with someone who's sick and avoid crowded gatherings in places where swine flu is known to be spreading. But if you can't do that, CDC guidelines say it's OK to consider a mask — just don't let it substitute for good precautions.

Q: Is swine flu treatable?

A: Yes, with the flu drugs Tamiflu or Relenza, but not with two older flu medications.

Q: Is there enough?

A: Yes. The federal government has stockpiled enough of the drugs to treat 50 million people, and many states have additional stocks. As a precaution, the CDC has shipped a quarter of that supply to the states to keep on hand just in case the virus starts spreading more than it has so far.

Q: Should I take Tamiflu as a precaution if I'm not sick yet?

A: No. "What are you going to do with it, use it when you get a sniffle?" asks Dr. Marc Siegel of New York University Langone Medical Center and author of "Bird Flu: Everything you Need To Know About The Next Pandemic." Overusing antiviral drugs can help germs become resistant to them.

Q: How big is my risk?

A: For most people, very low. Outside of Mexico, so far clusters of illnesses seem related to Mexican travel. New York City's cluster, for instance, consists of students and family members at one school where some students came back ill from spring break in Mexico.

Q: Why are people dying in Mexico and not here?

A: That's a mystery. First, understand that no one really knows just how many people in Mexico are dying of this flu strain, or how many have it. Only a fraction of the suspected deaths have been tested and confirmed as swine flu, and some initially suspected cases were caused by something else.

Q: Should I cancel my planned trip to Mexico?

A: The U.S. did issue a travel advisory Monday discouraging nonessential travel there.

Q: What else is the U.S., or anyone else, doing to try to stop this virus?

A: The U.S. is beginning limited screening of travelers from Mexico, so that the obviously sick can be sent for treatment. Other governments have issued their own travel warnings and restrictions. Mexico is taking the biggest steps, closings that limit most crowded gatherings. In the U.S., communities with clusters of illness also may limit contact — New York closed the affected school for a few days, for example — so stay tuned to hear if your area eventually is affected.

Q: What are the symptoms?

A: They're similar to regular human flu — a fever, cough, sore throat, body aches, headache, chills and fatigue. Some people also have diarrhea and vomiting.

Q: How do I know if I should see a doctor? Maybe my symptoms are from something else — like pollen?

A: Health authorities say if you live in places where swine flu cases have been confirmed, or you recently traveled to Mexico, and you have flulike symptoms, ask your doctor if you need treatment or to be tested. Allergies won't cause a fever. And run-of-the-mill stomach bugs won't be accompanied by respiratory symptoms, notes Dr. Wayne Reynolds of Newport News, Va., spokesman for the American Academy of Family Physicians.

Q: Is there a vaccine to prevent this new infection?

A: No. And CDC's initial testing suggests that last winter's flu shot didn't offer any cross-protection.

Q: How long would it take to produce a vaccine?

A: A few months. The CDC has created what's called "seed stock" of the new virus that manufacturers would need to start production. But the government hasn't yet decided if the outbreak is bad enough to order that.

Q: What is swine flu?

A: Pigs spread their own strains of influenza and every so often people catch one, usually after contact with the animals. This new strain is a mix of pig viruses with some human and bird viruses. Unlike more typical swine flu, it is spreading person-to-person. A 1976 outbreak of another unusual swine flu at Fort Dix, N.J., prompted a problematic mass vaccination campaign, but that time the flu fizzled out.

Q: So is it safe to eat pork?

A: Yes. Swine influenza viruses don't spread through food.

Q: And whatever happened to bird flu? Wasn't that supposed to be the next pandemic?

A: Specialists have long warned that the issue is a never-before-seen strain that people have little if any natural immunity to, regardless of whether it seems to originate from a bird or a pig. Bird flu hasn't gone away; scientists are tracking it, too.


EDITOR's NOTE — Lauran Neergaard covers health and medical issues for The Associated Press in Washington.

On the Net:

U.S. government flu info:

Sunday, April 12, 2009

New Belize Presentation

New Belize Presentation

softwarelibre CentroAmerica


Promover la unión entre los Grupos de Usuarios de los Países centroamericanos y compartir experiencias. En Centroamérica todos los países se encuentran a muy poca distancia unos de otros, pero esta ventaja no se ha aprovechado como factor de integración de esfuerzos en objetivos comunes, específicamente en objetivos de promoción y difusión del software libre. Por eso aprovechando la cercanía cultural y geográfica nace la idea de realizar el Primer Encuentro Centroamericano de Software Libre.


  • Reunir experiencias de organización por parte de los Grupos de Usuarios de los diferentes países
  • Compartir conocimiento técnico en áreas donde cada grupo cuente con mayor nivel
  • Crear lazos sociales y cohesión de ideas entre comunidades regionales
  • Fijar objetivos comunes para el impulso del Software Libre en Centroamérica

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

VOTE EARTH for Earth Hour 2009

I have committed to VOTE what are you waiting for!!!!!!!!!
Be part of the Earth Hour - tell your friends, tell your story.

Earth Hour started in 2007 in Sydney, Australia with 2.2 million homes and businesses turning their lights off for one whole hour. Only a year later and this event had become a global sustainability movement with up to 100 million people across 35 countries participating. Global landmarks such as the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, Rome’s Colosseum and the Coca Cola billboard in Times Square, all stood in darkness, as symbols of hope for a cause that grows more urgent by the hour.

In 2009, at 8.30pm on March 28, we are asking people across the world to turn off their lights and join together in creating the vital conversation about the future of our precious planet. Earth Hour is a message of hope and a message of action. Everyone can make a difference.

It’s as simple as a flick of the switch. Join us for Earth Hour 2009.


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