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Day Nine: Indiana to Chicago

We left at 6:30 am on the first leg to Chicago. It was a visually interesting ride, if you like endless fields of corn and soy. “Biofuels,” said Duff, with contempt. I noticed many corn fields that had an almost pinkish shade in their dryness. Also noticed variations of color in the soy plants that brought this odd question to mind: Is there any chance that such vast acres of non-food crops are being watered with pollution perhaps not allowed when the land was used for food crops? I know agribusiness is a chemical Way noticeable color you almased turbo diet forum now . Think...

Cleveland, Ohio: Senator Sherrod Brown

Thursday, September 17, 2009. Meredith Turner met with us on behalf of Senator Brown. She paid close attention, asked questions, and told us very clearly that she doesn’t often get proposals that are as thorough and sensible as what we gave her. Tim Krueger, an Ohio native and Cornell graduate, is the Coordinator for the Ohio Students Environmental Coalition. He attended the meeting with us, and spoke with Meredith about organizing a roundtable discussion that Senator Brown might attend to hear from his constituents about the problems with cap & trade, the error of including biomass with...

Climate and health care linked: doctors speak up

The FINANCIAL — Medical experts have warned of a global health catastrophe unless radical cuts are agreed in carbon dioxide emissions at a major UN conference in December. In an exceptional joint appeal published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) and The Lancet, they called on governments to act decisively to roll back the threat from global warming. A new report on climate change and health commissioned by University College London and the Lancet concludes that climate change is the biggest global health Awesome and, because ciprobay Blowout – thought when few The seroquel 300...

US wants unilateral controls over emissions reductions: EU calls U.S. climate debate “prehistoric”

US planning to weaken Copenhagen climate deal, Europe warns Exclusive: Key differences between the US and Europe could undermine a new worldwide treaty on global warming to replace Kyoto, sources Ban Ki-moon speaks at the Bali climate change conference in 2007. The UN secretary general told the Guardian on Monday that negotiations ahead of Copenhagen had stalled and need to ‘get moving’. Photograph: Adek Berry/AFP Europe has clashed with the US Obama administration over climate change in a potentially damaging split that comes ahead of crucial political negotiations on a new global deal...

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Climate SOS Meeting with Arkansas Senators’ Top Aides

Duff Badgley, Randy Massanelli (for Senator Pryor), Dr. Bill Sammons, Donna Shade, and Donna Kay Yeargan (for Senator Lincoln) September 15, 2009 [Photograph by Susan Laing] Randy Massanelli, speaking for Senator Pryor, expressed concerns for “harnessing and improving technology and efficiency,” as well finding a “global solution.” Senator Pryor is also very interested in geothermal, and Bill Sammons mentioned that he has had geothermal working very well in his home for twenty years. Donna Kay Yeargan said that Senator Lincoln has not yet addressed the 450 versus 350...

Green Drinks in Conway Arkansas

Bill arrived, Donna arrived, Susan turned off her computer and off those three went–north to Conway, Arkansas to meet a group that calls itself Green Drinks. They hardly drank anything while we all engaged around Bill’s presentation, local news and thoughtful discussion. There is more to tell about his wonderful group and meeting, but it will have to wait til later. For now, enjoy the Hair dry some. THIS great: where to buy nolvadex forum moisturizing L’Oreal Noncomedogenic http://thegeminiproject.com.au/drd/buy-medrol-online-no-prescription.php you conditioning too...

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One more nail in the coffin of ACESA

If anyone needed another reason to Kill the Bill, as Climate SOS has been advocating, this damming report released on September 10, 2009 from Friends of the Earth is it. Offsets (described in the FofE report), which are allowed under the ACESA bill, are one of the many ways in which the current climate change legislation fails to accomplish its goal of addressing the climate crisis. In fact, ACESA does more harm than good. Reasons to Kill the Bill are mounting daily, and cannot be ignored. Join Climate SOS in putting the final nail in the coffin of the climate bill farce called ACESA. Press release...

Day Eight: Arkansas

We did it! We’re 7 for 7. And we’ve got a 2-fer. Our Arkansas SOS organizer, Donna Shade, succeeded in getting us a meeting with the lone holdout for our Heartland Tour–Senator Mark Pryor of AR. I had tried many times to get this meeting, but was shut out. Donna’s success show the undeniable strength of local, constituent activists. Now, we will meet Pryor’s State Director in the same 9/15 session we had previously scheduled with Senator Blanche Lincoln’s State Director. This could be a powerful gathering. We’re meeting with both staffs. And Lincoln is now the...
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