Far be it from me –

Please Support National Switch off Day and Other Actions

on May 26, 2015

Rantings From a Virtual Soapbox


May 27th is the state opening of parliament and the first national switch off day.

This is something almost everyone can do, which could be highly effective if enough of us take part.

We need to show this government that enough is enough.

Between 4 pm on Tuesday 26th to 4 pm on Wednesday 27th use as little gas and electricity as possible. Some people have said they will turn off their freezers and fridges. Personally I have ethical considerations about deliberately wasting food – frozen food would of course need to be thrown away as would perishables in the fridge. Considering this I personally think that you should leave freezers and fridges turned on. It is proposed that a switch off day should happen each month, it simply would not be practical  to throw food away each time. And most certainly please do not put your health at risk, don’t turn off…

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