Toronto’s ex-looney-toon Mayor Miller says he’ll be sitting in the dark on Saturday night “contemplating” the future of the world and all that’s green on this planet!
Hopefully nobody kicks his door in and rips him off for his money, TV, and anything else worth taking while under cover of darkness!
After all, even electric alarms won’t go off if your disconnected from that evil fossil-fueled-grid which supplies power to homes!
Lunatics and eco-whacked out greenies are still stuck on selling their “hate carbon” ideology.
Don’t they realize that when they are reduced to a pile of ash at the end of their natural boring lives they are nothing more than a carbon based pile of soot?
So do they hate themselves?………………probably but then “there’s the rub”……………they don’t connect with “reality” so don’t even try to waste any energy on arguing with them………………..
Just drive by their homes on Saturday night and mentally make note of the ones in darkness and never ever allow your little girl to go to that house to sell Girl Guide Cookies……………….they are “wingnuts”!
During Earth Hour, Toronto’s former mayor will be thinking about how to make the city’s transit system more environmentally friendly.
COLIN MCCONNELL / TORONTO STAR
Former mayor David Miller, who heads the Canadian chapter of the World Wildlife Fund, chairs a town hall on global warming at the University of Toronto on Tuesday.
When the lights go out, David Miller likes to think about transit.
That is, when Toronto’s former mayor flicks his lights off between 8:30 and 9:30 p.m. Saturday for Earth Hour, he’ll be thinking about how to make the city’s transit system more environmentally friendly.
“There’s such potential in this city. We have the best rapid transit plan — all the engineering’s been done — we just need to build it,” Miller said Tuesday, after hosting a panel discussion on climate change at the University of Toronto.
Hundreds of millions of people participate in the World Wildlife Fund’s Earth Hour. As head of the WWF’s Canadian chapter, Miller has facilitated panel discussions across the country in the lead-up to the annual event. The forums are part of the organization’s effort to transform Earth Hour from a phenomenon that raises awareness about climate change, to one that finds solutions.
“Climate change is overwhelming,” Miller said. “It’s literally causing problems at a global scale, and sometimes it’s hard as an individual to think what you could do to help.”
But if you turn off your lights on Saturday, Miller hopes you’ll use that “moment of darkness” , as the WWF campaign is called, to ponder solutions.
For example, each of the panel members at Tuesday’s event discussed current strategies to combat climate change, from mapping Canada’s renewable energy sources to implementing carbon taxes.