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I support Blog Action Day with this year's theme and topic Climate Change.

No to Climate Change. No to Greenhouse Effect. No to Global Crisis. We should make our action today and not tomorrow or the next day.

To those who are not aware about Blog Action Day, it's an annual event held every the 15th of October that unites the world's bloggers in posting about the same issue on the same day on their own blogs and will give importance to a contemporary global issue. Blog Action Day 2009 will be the largest ever social cause and event on the web. One day. One issue. One voice.


Why Climate Change?

Changing of climate has become worst and everyone is really affected by this condition causing floods, typhoons, erosion, environmental threats and loss of lives.

Given the urgency of the issue of climate change and the upcoming international climate negotiations in Copenhagen this December, we think the blogosphere has the unique opportunity to mobilize millions of people around expressing support for finding a sustainable solution to the climate crisis. Blog Action Day collaborated.

Let us spread the cause throughout the blogosphere and act today. Stop climate change and save our Mother Earth.

1. Register your blog here
2. Spread the badge
3. Embed Blog Action Day 2009 video. Do copy codes here.

For more info and learn more about climate change and environmental issues visit at www.blogactionday.org.

2 comments:

  1. Good job. Let us continue to support green initiatives in the Internet. Blog Action Day is a good day to start!

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  2. @Paul: We certainly had a great job initiating how climate change will tear down our home, Earth.

    Through Ethernet technology we have to continuously support BAD 2009 not just a single day but all throughout the year and the next generation, and take our actions good to be told. Stop climate change!

    It's not the end, it's just the start of our willingness to serve and help the world be freed from the anxiety of the changing climate.

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