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petitions May 16, 2005 4:33 AM

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 May 17, 2005 1:21 AM

roo meat:


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anonymous Thanks Freediver May 17, 2005 2:06 AM

This is to a company director near to me who is killing street dogs by the thousands at one of his steel plants

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 July 28, 2005 12:29 AM

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 November 08, 2005 3:25 PM

I'm pinning this thread so it doesn't get lost again.  [ send green star]
Exxon/Mobil/Esso January 02, 2006 6:37 PM

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Palm Oil and Orangutan Habitat February 08, 2006 10:03 AM

Palm oil and its destruction of orangutan habitat:


Waterdown Plaza (Sobeys Plaza) 
255 Dundas St E 
Waterdown, ON L0R 2H6

Safeway, Inc.

8060 S. Kyrene Rd.
Tempe, AZ 85284

Federated Co-op  (West)

Box 1050

Saskatoon SK  S7K 3M9

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 February 08, 2006 10:05 AM

Thanks for that link Jody.  I mentioned this on this group some time ago, and it is good to see a petition for it.   [ send green star]  [ accepted]
MOVE AMERICA BEYOND OIL February 19, 2006 5:50 AM

The message below, a letter from Robert Redford urging concerned Americans to sign the Pledge to Move America Beyond Oil

Dear Friend,

Let's look beneath the fog of spin. In last week's State of the Union address, President Bush finally owned up to America's destructive addiction to oil.

But the speech was barely over before Vice President Cheney was calling for oil drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. And the President's newly proposed budget does the same.

Instead of making America truly energy-efficient -- the fastest way to meet our energy needs and lower oil prices - the Bush Administration is still promoting corporate raids on our natural heritage.

Five years of coddling oil companies has produced higher gas prices and left us more vulnerable than ever to oil shortages -- not to mention oil spills, air pollution, despoiled public lands, and catastrophic global warming.

The American people want a better way. Poll after poll shows that the vast majority now rejects the President's "drill-it-all" mentality. They're angry at the White House and Congress for putting oil company interests ahead of the public interest. And they're demanding energy policies that will reduce our destructive reliance on oil.

I know you're among that majority. That's why I'm asking you to join me today in signing the Pledge to MOVE AMERICA BEYOND OIL:

The NRDC Action Fund is circulating this Pledge nationwide as part of a bold new campaign to break Big Oil's stranglehold on America's energy policy. Your signed Pledge will help advance legislation that would cut America's dependence on oil by 2.5 million barrels a day within 10 years -- more than we now import every day from the Persian Gulf!

Don't let anyone tell you it's not possible. We've already lined up key support in Congress -- from both the progressive left and the conservative right -- for this visionary bill that would set America on a new course toward a clean energy

Best of all, we can turn this dream into reality right now -- even with George Bush in the White House. All it will take is a powerful and sustained campaign
-- a campaign that harnesses America's anger at Big Oil and channels it into effective political pressure for new and smart solutions to our oil addiction problem. A campaign that puts us, the American people, in the picture of a sustainable future.

Please sign the Pledge to MOVE AMERICA BEYOND OIL right now:

While you're at our website you can find out more about the oil-busting legislation we're advancing. And you can even spread the word about this campaign to your friends and family.

Let's face it: unless millions of Americans demand a cleaner energy future right now, the oil lobby will continue to dictate the Bush Administration's policies, and we will continue to pay the price -- at the gas pump and with a blighted environment. And this administration is not going to change its thinking nor its ways - just continue to hide them.

Please join me in opposing Big Oil's latest land grabs and charting a saner, more sustainable energy path that future generations will be grateful for. Sign the Pledge to MOVE AMERICA BEYOND OIL today.


Robert Redford
NRDC Action Fund

(0 comments) — (Please Share, Re-Post & Forward!)The message below, a letter from Robert Redford urging concerned Americans to sign the Pledge to Move America Beyond Oilhttp://www.nrdcactionfund.orgDear Friend,Let's look beneath the fog of spin. In last week's ...  more  [ send green star]  [ accepted]
Boycott Ringling Bros. Circus July 19, 2006 10:25 AM

Prevent Ringling Bros. From Coming to Cincinnati!

Stop Ringling Bros. Sponsorship Across the Country!


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Boycott Cincinnati Zoo! July 19, 2006 10:27 AM

Cincinnati Zoo Is Sending Small Domestic Cats To Research Lab!!

The Cincinnati Zoo is sending small, domestic cats to a research lab, as part of the zoo's "breeding program". This is wrong for two obvious reasons: 1. Animal cruelty in any form, is wrong. 2. We already have a huge problem with too many homeless cats in the world. It is irresponsible for the zoo to be breeding more cats, in a world that kills cats because there are already too many of them. Please, help us to save innocent domestic cats from being subjected to horrible experiments!

We, The Undersigned, ask that the Cincinnati Zoo act responsibly by ending its breeding program for small domestic cats (There is already a huge overpopulation problem involving cats) and work with Animal Welfare groups such as Best Friends Animal Society, to place these animals in loving homes.

We also ask that the zoo stop shipping these cats to Summit Ridge Farms, where innocent cats are forced into cold, dirty, lonely cages, and subjected to horrible experiments.

We will boycott the Cincinnati Zoo and tell our friends and family members in the Ohio area to do the same, until the zoo completely ends the breeding program involving domestic cats.

Petition Against Zoo Sending Small Domestic Cats To Research Lab!!



Say No to Animal Testing!

Also Please Be Sure You've Signed All Of These Very Urgent Petitions I've Compiled In This Thread:

Petitions: Against Animal Testing

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Check out, sign and forward the petitions in the end of the message, thank you!

Window Rock, Navajo Nation, USA
December 2, 2006

We, the Peoples gathered at the Indigenous World
Uranium Summit, at this critical time of
intensifying nuclear threats to Mother Earth and
all life, demand a worldwide ban on uranium
mining, processing, enrichment, fuel use, and
weapons testing and deployment, and nuclear waste
dumping on Native Lands.

Past, present and future generations of
Indigenous Peoples have been disproportionately
affected by the international nuclear weapons and
power industry. The nuclear fuel chain poisons
our people, land, air and waters and threatens
our very existence and our future generations.
Nuclear power is not a solution to global
warming. Uranium mining, nuclear energy
development and international agreements (e.g.,
the recent U.S.-India nuclear cooperation treaty)
that foster the nuclear fuel chain violate our
basic human rights and fundamental natural laws
of Mother Earth, endangering our traditional
cultures and spiritual well-being.

We reaffirm the Declaration of the World Uranium
Hearing in Salzburg, Austria, in 1992, that
"uranium and other radioactive minerals must
remain in their natural location." Further, we
stand in solidarity with the Navajo Nation for
enacting the Diné Natural Resources Protection
Act of 2005, which bans uranium mining and
processing and is based on the Fundamental Laws
of the Dine. And we dedicate ourselves to a
nuclear-free future.

Indigenous Peoples are connected spiritually and
culturally to our Mother, the Earth. Accordingly,
we endorse and encourage development of renewable
energy sources that sustain - not destroy -
Indigenous lands and the Earth's ecosystems.

In tribute to our ancestors, we continue
centuries of resistance against colonialism. We
recognize the work, courage, dedication and
sacrifice of those individuals from Indigenous
Nations and from Australia, Brazil, Canada,
China, Germany, India, Japan, the United States,
and Vanuatu, who participated in the Summit. We
further recognize the invaluable work of those
who were honored at the Nuclear-Free Future
Awards ceremony on December 1, 2006. And we will
continue to support activists worldwide in their
nonviolent efforts to stop uranium development.

We are determined to share the knowledge we have
gained at this Summit with the world. In the
weeks and months ahead, we will summarize and
disseminate the testimonies, traditional
Indigenous knowledge, and medical and scientific
evidence that justify a worldwide ban on uranium
development. We will enunciate specific plans of
action at the tribal, local, national and
international levels to support Native resistance
to the nuclear fuel chain. And we will pursue
legal and political redress for all past, current
and future impacts of the nuclear fuel chain on
Indigenous Peoples and their resources.

Jamie Kneen
Communications & Outreach Coordinator ofc. (613) 569-3439
MiningWatch Canada cell: (613) 761-2273
250 City Centre Ave., Suite 508 fax: (613) 569-5138
Ottawa, Ontario K1R 6K7 e-mail:
Skype: jamiekneen

join signing following petitions and forward, spread the word, thank you

Tell the Department of Energy that we reject Nuclear Bombplex 2030! (US Citizens only)

One million signatures against nuclear power

Britain is a signatory to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and has made 'an unequivocal undertaking' to accomplish the total elimination of its nuclear arsenal.

Sign Declaration against Nuclear Weapons

We undersigned strongly urge the City Council, the Mayor and Citizens to take steady steps to join Mayors for Peace 2020 Vision and stating that the City and Citizens support the Program to Promote the Solidarity of Cities toward the Total Abolition of Nuclear Weapons.

Campaign: International Petition to Ban Uranium Weapons

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Another reason to boycott Wal-Mart and Tesco November 09, 2007 4:25 AM


Western multinational chains Wal-Mart, TESCO, Carrefour, and Metro are selling and cruelly butchering live frogs and turtles at their Chinese stores - essentially engaging in practices that would be illegal in their home countries. The suffering of the animals is extreme: turtles may take up to an hour to die, and frogs may be skinned alive. China presently has no animal welfare laws. While animal activists in China are doing their best to get laws passed to protect animals from the worst abuses, western corporations should not be hindering their efforts by serving as the worst possible role models for how animals should be treated. Please ask American and European companies to set a better example by signing these online petitions:

Wal-Mart Petition (USA)


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