Governments Worldwide Consider Ditching Daylight Saving Time

In many countries, this might be the one of the last instances in which people make the adjustment. Governments around the world have been in discussions about scrapping the seasonal clock changes and sticking to one time—either permanent standard time or permanent daylight saving. In the U.S., many states are considering, or have already passed, legislation to adopt one of the two. Hawaii and most of Arizona decided to adopt just standard time more than 50 years ago. Last year the European Parliament voted to abolish the time shifts, but the member states of the European Union have yet to agree on how to implement the decision… More here.

Makes perfect sense.

One thought on “Governments Worldwide Consider Ditching Daylight Saving Time

  1. Yeah. No one loves the switch but there’s a big split on people who want to land with more light early or more light late.

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