Here’re a few media reports on Yesterday’s Lightsout campaign
The Hindu writes:
CHENNAI: As the lights went out at 10 p.m. on Sunday night, the glow of awareness spread around. The theme was the fight against global warming, and darkness was used as a means to spread light.
Participating in an event at Anna University organised by Exnora International to mark the ‘5 tens Lights Out campaign’ here on Sunday, Deputy Chief Minister M.K.Stalin asked the youth to understand the consequences of global warming and to make choices that “will benefit the world”.
CHENNAI: Tamil Nadu was acting swiftly to combat the impacts that climate change, claimed Deputy Chief Minister M K Stalin.
Speaking at the launch of the ‘Five Tens Lights Out’ campaign organised by Exnora international here on Sunday, Stalin said that the pollution control board and the forest department were acting in tandem to protect the State from the adverse impacts of climate change.