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Washington DC Alternative Energy Nobel Peace Economics Message Board › Now and Sept and Oct Events

Now and Sept and Oct Events

Philo C.
Group Organizer
Washington, DC
Today 12-3 there will be a rally in front of the White House in opposition to the Keystone XL pipeline. It is important that we demonstrate to the White House just how many of us oppose having this massive oil pipeline built through America's heartland.

Here are the details:

WHAT: Rally to stop the Keystone XL Tar Sands Pipeline
WHEN: Saturday, September 3rd, 12:00 to 3:00 PM (some free pizza)
WHERE: Lafayette Park, in front of the White House

The final decision on whether or not to allow the pipeline to move forward rests with President Obama, so he needs to hear from us now. Please forward this email on to your friends and get the word out.

-- The Earth Day Network Team and other organizations

Impacts of Keystone XL Pipeline - Carbon and Spills
With over 12 spills caused by the Keystone I pipeline, which runs through eastern South Dakota, it is crucial that the State Department take the potential environmental impacts seriously. The EIS is not even requiring TransCanada, the company that hopes to build Keystone XL, to submit an emergency response plan before final approval. In spite of the reported spills on Keystone I, the XL EIS predicts 1.78 to 2.51 spills, of any size, per year.
see http://dakotarural.or...­

Send your own letter to President Obama, The White House (The President is the final decision maker on this)
and/or Sign the anti-Keystone XL Pipeline Petition, too

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and Energy Forum

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see and RSVP to:

Sept 23 - Oct 2 Solar Decathlon on West Potomac Park (between FDR Memorial and the Potomac River)
volunteer with US Department of Energy Solar Decathlon at
or volunteer to with a local organization, (which is LA Davis, call him at 866-683-6222)
MyGreenNeighborhood is a supporting sponsor of the Solar Decathlon and is putting on
Consumer Education Workshops on
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Sept 28 What Is A Green Job
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Sept 30 The Bottom Line of Solar
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Moving Planet Day by (350 parts per million CO2 in the air for a good climate, we are now over that)
see http://www.moving-pla...­ and
You can start an event is if wish, see the website
DC Events are listed at (is theending of the url DC's geographic coordinates?)
check back with for updates

Oct 7 time and place to be announced
US State Department Washington DC public hearings on Keystone XL Pipeline -
you/we can register to be heard
Note that there public meeting on the route of the pipeline Sept 26, 27,28,29,30
Tell your relatives, friends, activists who live on the pipeline route to testify!
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Sept 26 Topeka Kansas
Sept 27 Lincoln Nebraska
Sept 27 Glendive Montana
Sept 28 U of Texas Austin
Sept 29 Pierre South Dakota
sept 30 Atkinson, Nebraska

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$50 regular, $25 student
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