As the time of writing this, we are a few days after switching to Daylight Saving Time, a.k.a Summer Time, that is setting clocks one hour too early.
This particular clock regime is effective in western/central Europe (CET) timezone every year between end of March until end of October, that is 7 months in total, or roughly 60% of the time. Hence the special clock regime is in effect more often than not.
I am strongly oposed to changing the time twice per year, for many reasons. I know I am not alone being opposed to the principle, as I also hear many other people are annoyed by this practice.
Switzerland has voted against summer time in may 1978, but the vote was not respected, because it was according to them, not realistic to have a different timezone for only our small country, enclaved in another time zone.
Complaining individually will never have any effect on politics, hence the question : How can I use my civil rights efficiently to protest against summer time on a realistic level, not only in Switzerland but also internationally in the whole continent?