I Pledge Allegiance To Clean Energy

Posted on July 8, 2010. Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: , , , , |

During our holiday weekend, we celebrated America’s independence from Great Britain. We are reminded of the great battles fought to for our independence. Today, we are battleing a different battle—our  nation shouldn’t depend on dirty energy from coal companies, costing the health of all Americans. We as a nation must fight for America’s independence, but this time our adversary is not Britain but from Coal companies, especially BP.

Green For All has stepped up and proclaimed that the week of July 1st through 7th is officially Dirty Energy Independence Week of Action.The mission of this is for people to come more aware about what is happening, especially the oil spill’s destruction and for people to realize their dependence on coal companies and to break that dependence by signing a pledge on their website.

“Standing together, we can take the greatest single step ever toward a clean, healthy, and prosperous future for our children and our planet: passing a comprehensive climate and energy bill. Such a bill would make big polluters pay a price for the carbon they put in the air while investing money in clean, renewable energy. This would spur job growth and American innovation in clean-energy sectors while moving our economy from one that hurts the planet to one that heals the planet. Such a bill would be a massive leap forward in the quest for American independence from dirty energy.”

The House has already passed such legislation, but the senate fails to approve it. Declare your independence from dirty energy and sign up now!

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