Tuesday, April 3

Earth Hour ended climate change

On the last Saturday of March it was celebrated the Earth Hour, during which lights were turned off throughout the world, to draw attention to climate change. The initiative was born in Sydney in 2007 and now reaches 147 countries, including China, which is now the world's biggest polluter ahead of the United States. As a smart and observing people, Chinese have already learned that these symbolic acts that redeem all the crap that is made the rest of the year, in the eyes of public opinion. The only climate change that actually ended was around those responsible citizens who decided to turn off air conditioning and almost froze to death while the damn hour wasn’t over.

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