Isn't it odd the way that people could be globally aware of the Y2K potential for disaster and prepare for the possibility of a day or two of upheaval, but in the face of legitimate long-term danger for the environment, not be willing to make changes, even at a small individual level? Would it be so wrong to devote a day that was about some mutual sacrifice, as if it were something like Y2K? What if everything in a city was shut down for a day, what would people do? No power, no gas, just a day to reset. How much would powering down Las Vegas save, and would it make a difference? How much would a whole state save? Would just one day be symbolic or would it have any effect?