Calling all voices for clean energy + oil company accountability!

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I know, I know… you’ve heard enough already about the oil spill blah blah blah. And maybe you share the same frustration about the Senate’s procrastination (until September) on an energy bill that won’t even limit global warming pollution. Yada yada yada.

Don’t despair! If all of us speak up about what we believe in, we can make lots and LOTS of noise! We just need to be consistent (make a point to take action daily or weekly), loud (spread action info to your friends, family via email, facebook, twitter, etc.) and clear. Done and done. We can do it. Yes we can. (Sorry, couldn’t resist saying that).

Hold oil companies accountable and unleash our clean energy future!

The Environmental Defense Fund is just one of many organizations that help us take action for our oceans, land, water, wildlife and health. A quick click here and you can urge President Obama to hold oil companies accountable for the full extent of their pollution and urge them to unleash our clean energy future by capping America’s carbon dioxide pollution. Your voice really does count!

The Gulf oil disaster will take a long time to repair. Possibly decades.

Sorry. Back to the oil spill. But this may be something you didn’t know: Even before the unfortunate Gulf oil disaster, Louisiana’s coastal wetlands have been disappearing at a rate of a football field per hour. Over the last 80 years, that’s the equivalent of the urban area of greater Chicago turning into open water. Learn more in this EDF video:

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Together, we can make a difference. One voice at a time. Cheers!!!

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