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"We imagined that the hour could be more than just switching the lights off and thinking about global warming," says Mr. Namouric. "We wanted to make it a very creative time."
So they came up with Ideas in the Dark, with a clever if aggravating website, (I had to fire up a second computer to transcribe this) and have come up with a more creative list of things to do:Art in the dark:
Creation in Dark: A group of artists create in the dark; you can see their work when the lights come up.
Music in the Dark: Interactive show in the dark. Artists include National Parcs, Orange Orange and Cocktail Club Soundsystem
Brainstorm in the Dark: Thinkers, philosophers, urban planners, and business leaders will have a debate of ideas regarding the fight against climate change.
More information at Ideas in the Dark.
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