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 May 27, 2006 10:37 PM

I notice there a few Care2 groups on this subject so I will post them here as I see them.

It would be good if we could post links to other websites dealing with this as well.

Here is a Care2 group.


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 May 27, 2006 10:40 PM

Another Care2 group.


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 May 27, 2006 11:07 PM

I liked the graphic on this care2 group.

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Nice! June 03, 2006 1:29 PM

Keep them coming Super B...this is great info!  [ send green star]
Biodeisel/Make your own June 11, 2006 6:22 PM

Fantastic site with everything you need to make your own Biodeisel fuel (for deisel vehicles and engines) out of new or used vegetable oil. Complete supplies and instructions. $1 a gallon!

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This same site (see above) June 11, 2006 6:35 PM

also has some very interesting info on home heating, electric generators, etc.  [ send green star]
Wow! June 13, 2006 10:32 AM

Hey great guys! Hey can you imagine...people making all their own fuel at home!

Has anyone in the group been brave enough to try it out yet?

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anonymous great thread!! June 13, 2006 5:32 PM

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anonymous Here's another Care2 group.... June 13, 2006 5:34 PM

Alternative Transportation
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anonymous  June 14, 2006 1:56 PM

Thanks again for taking a first step with the Center for American Progress Action Fund as we work to help America Kick the Oil Habit. Your request to ExxonMobil, Chevron, BP, Shell, Valero, and ConocoPhillips to double the number of fuel stations selling E85 is not being made alone. Just yesterday a bipartisan group of 16 Senators and Representatives from Michigan asked President Bush to encourage these same companies to increase the number of E85 fuel stations in Michigan.

Our campaign is working. Help keep the pressure on!

In our last email, we asked for your help increasing the number of people taking action to 20,000. Well, we are pleased to report that as of this morning more than 22,500 people have joined the campaign. Thank you for making your voices heard! To keep the pressure on we must continue to grow our numbers:

Email 5 friends right now and ask them to take action!

In addition to our online efforts, we're working hard offline to help convince oil companies and our elected Representatives that they must join us in our effort to Kick the Oil Habit. Last week, John Podesta, President and CEO of the Center for American Progress Action Fund, submitted testimony on Oil Dependence and Economic Risk to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. In his testimony, Podesta described many of the dangers of America's oil addiction. Here is what he said about its implications for our foreign policy:

The defense of the global oil infrastructure is another cost born in large part by the United States. Around the world, the U.S. military is charged with protecting pipelines, refineries, and strategic sea lanes from terrorist or insurgent attack. The Department of Defense has stepped up its arms deliveries and training to forces in Angola and Nigeria. As long as American forces remain in Iraq, a significant number of them will spend their time guarding highly vulnerable pipelines, refineries, loading facilities, trucking routes, and other petroleum installations.
Read John Podesta's full testimony here

Thank you,

Brian Komar for Kick the Oil Habit and the Center for American Progress Action Fund

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Please sign :) June 18, 2006 1:51 PM

Hi folks, please take a look at the link and consider signing the petition

It is vital to get projects like Mata de Sesimbra underway, Once it can be proven that these communities not only work, they can be modern and productive too, hopefully there will be countries crying out for them and the next 4 won't be such a struggle! Please support sustainable living today!

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oops! June 18, 2006 1:54 PM

Ooops forgot this bit....

there you can also get info on the progress of the sustainable living projects in the UK, USA, China, Australia and South Africa

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Willie Nelson Introduced To Biodeisel July 02, 2006 7:18 AM  [ send green star]
anonymous re: Hydrogen Vehicles July 02, 2006 7:27 AM

In San Jose California, they now have hydrogen vehicles.  Granted there not cheap.  But if mass produced and given incentives for fossil fuel cars is the way to go.  No emissions to the Environment. And if big oil gets out of the White house can be done. GM and other American and foreign companies have these vehicles. I believe this is the way to go.   [report anonymous abuse]
Walmart considers selling ethenol July 02, 2006 6:24 PM  [ send green star]
put them out of business May 14, 2007 5:18 PM

The best way to hurt rich people is to turn them into poor people.  The best way of ending the petroleum industry is to stop using oil.

Judging by what people drive, I would say that the United States is about 100% Facist.  I have seen no apparent interest in buying hybrids for fuel-efficient cars.  In fact, SUVs keep getting bigger.

What can we do?  I feel like attending Leftists meetings and putting "I'm a Facist and I support George W. Bush" stickers on all the SUVs in the parking lot.

What else?  We can stop the insanity of alcohol from corn.  People are literally starving to death due to increased price of corn for fuel.  It's bad enough we're raping the planet for petroleum; now we're doing the same thing with corn.  I say any elected official who says 'corn' and 'alcohol' in the same sentence should, I better not say or I will be in trouble with the Department of Homeland Security.

Really folks, we need to stop the Republican Party.  Buy a hybrid vehicle.  Practice family planning - the less people, the less consumption of resources.  Eat vegetarian and save the planet.

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 August 22, 2008 8:09 AM

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The easiest way to get green power is to ask for it and get it from your energy provider. This saves a huge amount of money, time and energy compared to buying and installing wind towers,  solar panels, etc.

The best way to get green power is to deregulate your state in terms of energy. Why not give consumers the choice, just like long distance service?

Why force people to stay with an expensive, backwards, stodgy, monopoly that is not providing good customer service and is not buying or installing solar or wind power, much less providing it to customers who ask for it? That is the case with my utility company.


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