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[GreenYes] Fwd: Help request! Outreach for Coal Moratorium event



From: Margaret Rands <margaretrands@no.address>
To: Gary Liss <gary@no.address>
Subject: Help request! Outreach for Coal Moratorium event
Date: Mon, 18 Feb 2008 11:43:21 -0600

I'm working on outreach for a Coal Moratorium event here in Texas. Our 
goal is to increase attention to the need for a national coal 
moratorium and to the issue of climate change in the presidential 
race. I'm hoping you can help.

As part of the Coal Moratorium Now Conference and Rally scheduled for 
Houston on February 27 and 28, we are asking environmental groups to 
sign on to the nationwide CITIZENS CALL TO ACTION TO STOP GLOBAL 
WARMING AND CLIMATE CHANGE. You can read the call to action at http://www.cleanenergyaction.net/callaction.cfm . It's easy to sign on -- just scroll down to the form below the call 
to action.

I would appreciate an email to advise me of actions on this request. 
Note that immediate action would be most helpful -- we want to include 
information on signatories to the call to action in our publicity for 
the Coal Rally events.

If you know of any environmental groups that I should contact to 
request their support for this effort, please send me their contact 
information or feel free to forward this request.

Attached is the latest information on the Coal Moratorium Now 
Conference and Rally. Please share it. We need everyone to attend who 
can get to Houston! Note that our event was planned to accompany the 
Houston Presidential Summit on Energy Policy. That Summit is going 
forward, although only Hillary Clinton and Ron Paul are currently 
scheduled to attend. http://www.houston.org/media/pdfs/SummitCandidateSpeakers.pdf

Attached is our event flyer. Our website is www.coalblock.net

Thanks.

--
Margaret Rands, President
East Texas Environmental Concerns Organization
PO Box 2193, Athens, Texas 75751
info@no.address

The East Texas Environmental Concerns Organization is a local 
grassroots, not for profit, non-partisan organization dedicated to 
educating and uniting the people, business, and government of East 
Texas in the effort to secure clean air, clean water, and a healthful 
environment for ourselves and future generations.

--
Margaret Rands






Hi Gary -

I'm working on outreach for a Coal Moratorium event here in Texas. Our goal is to increase attention to the need for a national coal moratorium and to the issue of climate change in the presidential race. I'm hoping you can help.

As part of the Coal Moratorium Now Conference and Rally scheduled for Houston on February 27 and 28, we are asking environmental groups to sign on to the nationwide CITIZENS CALL TO ACTION TO STOP GLOBAL WARMING AND CLIMATE CHANGE. You can read the call to action at http://www.cleanenergyaction.net/callaction.cfm. It's easy to sign on -- just scroll down to the form below the call to action.

I would appreciate an email to advise me of actions on this request. Note that immediate action would be most helpful -- we want to include information on signatories to the call to action in our publicity for the Coal Rally events.

If you know of any environmental groups that I should contact to request their support for this effort, please send me their contact information or feel free to forward this request.

Attached is the latest information on the Coal Moratorium Now Conference and Rally. Please share it. We need everyone to attend who can get to Houston! Note that our event was planned to accompany the Houston Presidential Summit on Energy Policy. That Summit is going forward, although only Hillary Clinton and Ron Paul are currently scheduled to attend. http://www.houston.org/media/pdfs/SummitCandidateSpeakers.pdf

Attached is our event flyer. Our website is www.coalblock.net

Thanks.

--
Margaret Rands, President
East Texas Environmental Concerns Organization
PO Box 2193, Athens, Texas 75751
info@no.address

The East Texas Environmental Concerns Organization is a local grassroots, not for profit, non-partisan organization dedicated to educating and uniting the people, business, and government of East Texas in the effort to secure clean air, clean water, and a healthful environment for ourselves and future generations.
 
--
Margaret Rands



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