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One Day On Earth – 10th October 2010

July 23rd, 2010 · No Comments

On October 10th, 2010, join thousands of people from all over the world and participate in the unique One Day on Earth 2010 project.

On October 10th, 2010, thousands of people from across the globe will join hands and contribute towards documenting life on this planet for one full 24 hour period. The result will be compiled into a full length documentary “One Day on Earth” film that will showcase the human experience as we know it today. It will be a virtual time capsule that will essentially capture the drama, triumphs, tragedies, and conflicts happening within that one day period in every part of the world – where a participant of the project is able to film an event from his own unique perspective.

Started in September of 2008, the One Day on Earth project has grown from a small grassroots movement to a gigantic worldwide collaboration today. Thousands of people have already participated in the project these past 2 years, and many more are expected to join this unique cross-platform media event this year. It’s an open project, everyone, including you, is welcomed to participate.

Your chance to shine and contribute

If you’re reading this, and YOU feel that you have something important, significant, or beautiful to contribute, get your camera ready and join One Day On Earth 2010. There’s no discrimination, you can register at any time and participate in the lively discussions leading up to the event – no matter what creed, race, sex, political or religious persuasion you have – you and your community are part of the human experience.

Climate Bill Derailed

I’m a bit depressed by the news coming out of Washington today – the much-hoped for climate change legislation has been dealt a blow in Congress yesterday after Harry Reid announced that the Senate will delay consideration of the climate change bill until September. Seriously, Mr. Reid, do you really expect to get anything done that close to the mid-term elections in November? It seems that nothing meaningful could ever come out of the Senate, I’m not here to speculate why that is so, we all know who the biggest corporate campaign contributors are in this country.

Up to all of us

If nothing meaningful could come out of government to help the environment and counter climate change, even with a President who has made that a part of his policy agenda, there’s little hope that anything ever will. It’s up to us, individuals and organizations throughout the world to do something, no matter how quixotic that may be.

That’s why grassroots movements like the One Day on Earth, where people from across the planet are able to join hands and make their collective voices be heard, are very important for all of us.

If you’re interested in contributing to this unique and impactful project, go and register at Onedayonearth.org. The videos we will all be creating on 10th October 2010, may be the last few recordings of the beauty of this planet, as our children and grand children might never be able to see.

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