Today is the first day in New Zealand without DTS, so now we will have sunset at 7pm instead of 8pm as we had yesterday. (Actually at 6.39pm)

I was thinking about the changes made the USA and Canadian governments this year: why do we have to go back to the real time zone so early? Isn't it better to have more light in the evening for another month instead of having sunrise at 5am? Who cares about having sun at 5am since almost everybody is still sleeping at that hour of the day? I usually don't wake up before 7:30am, so, for my point of view, all the sun before that time of the day can be safely moved in the evening smile_teeth

The same applies to Italy of course: maybe it's better to do the same, and have more sun in the evening and less at 5am.

What do you think?