A resolution approved on February 8 said the EU should maintain a unified time regime even after any end to daylight-saving time
Turkey has decided not to turn its clocks back an hour next month when daylight-saving time
comes into effect on October 30, which is set to cause confusion in the north of the island if they go along with it.
2) For people who work an 8-to-5 job, daylight-saving time
is one of the best things summer in Oregon has to offer.
The switch to daylight-saving time
was instituted in several countries following the oil shock of 1973, in order to save energy by reducing lighting needs in the late afternoon.
The promotion also coincided with the changing of the clocks from daylight-saving time
to standard time, when fire departments encourage residents to check their smoke detectors to ensure the batteries are working.
LAST YEAR'S energy bill extended daylight-saving time
(DST) by a month, on the theory that it would encourage Americans to save energy.A recent working paper from the Center for the Study of Energy Markets suggests otherwise.
Starting in 2007, daylight-saving time
begins March 11 (rather than April 1) and ends Nov.
The effects of a plan to extend daylight-saving time
by four weeks is unclear, according to a Denver Post editorial.
Reuters noted that the committee members instead voted in favor of the extension of daylight-saving time
from the first Sunday in March through the last Sunday in November, an option said to have the potential to save approximately 100,000 barrels of oil per day.
He is quick to point out that, for the 60,000,000 Americans who suffer from sleep debt, daylight-saving time
isn't the culprit.
In a vote in early December, the Chamber of Deputies approved preliminary steps to allow Mexico to implement daylight-saving time
in 2002, but it failed to pass the legislation to make the time change official.
HOLLYWOOD Ratings for "Seinfeld" repeats in broadcast syndication continued to weaken during the second week of daylight-saving time
as the show hit a new all-time low of 4.0 for the week ended April 15, according to Nielsen.