Lights out from 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. on March 24th, 2018 says Cornelius Williams from Caribbean Youth Environment Network (CYEN). This is to show appreciation for Mother Earth by conserving through reduced use of our resources island-wide, for one hour. Earlier during the day (March 24th), there will be a multi-generational race from Pigeon Island to the Cinema at Choc, where everyone will enjoy a big bonfire activity nearby; once again staying away from the use of our non-renewable resource of fossil fuel.
After the CYEN members delivered their information, they selected a few students to participate in a tree planting activity to bond with Mother Earth! Everyone is invited to do the same; plant a tree, turn off all lights that are not in use and leave a thriving Mother Earth for the next generation.