• http://www.pushingbuttonsaz.com Emiliano Jordan

    I hope they keep this up… “should save 25% of the energy used for lighting the 34 skyscrapers that have agreed to participate” this is electricity and resources that absolutely need to be conserved.

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    As the co-founder of an environmental company living in Boston, I notice every little green move that Boston makes. I saw that the skyline was a bit dark the other day. They must have been practicing or something since today is Sept. 3. I’m glad to see such a bold move. Keep it up Boston (and Cambridge)!

  • Clark

    In the end, this is a necessary move. In general, I think one of the best things we can do is support ‘green business.’ For example, http://www.simplestop.net stops your postal junk mail and benefits the environment.

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    will certainly be looking for this from my roof in Inman Square

  • Uncle B

    Saving power at night by shutting off the lights in sky scrapers sounds good! Can I use this juice for my plug in car and translate this savings into smaller oil imports, reducing the trade deficit and interest being paid on loans from China to buy oil from the OPEC pirates! Soon, the OPEC pirates will have fewer countries to blackmail, because the smaller countries will follow our example, and the smaller countries will have more money to spend on the world markets for products other than oil – maybe American products! That means jobs for us! Holy Shit! this looks like an upward spiral in our favor! you may have turned the downward oil/money sewer into something good! keep up the good work!

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