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At 7:30pm on March 31, 2007, the lights of Sydney will go dark for one hour. It's the brain child of Sarah Bishop, 22, who wants Australians to think about global warming, and to look at the stars:
I am 22 years old. These statistics [about climate change] represent my future.
Can we get that going elsewhere on the same night, same time? Think of it as casting a ballot in the first global election.