Earth Day: Call for Climate Change

There are so many things you can do today to positively impact our environment. That's what Earth Day is all about.

One of the most important things you can do, however, is tell Congress you are serious about environmental and energy reform.

The politicians in Washington really believe that voters are apathetic about our environment and aren't paying attention to the pattern of Congress favoring big oil & coal over individuals.

Now is your chance to join forces with thousands of other people in letting our elected Members of Congress know that you are serious about immediate changes in our national priorities.

Call (202) 224-3121 today.

When you get through to the office of your representative in the Senate or House of Representatives, tell the receptionist you want to leave a message for the Member.

These offices do keep track of who calls and on what issue. That daily tally of your concerns impacts the voting decisions of your elected representatives.

Tell the receptionist that you want your elected official to know that global warming proposals currently in Congress are unacceptable.

Tell them you want to see...

  1. A moratorium on new coal-burning power plants (even those claiming to burn"clean coal")
  2. Renewable Energy tax incentives.
  3. Tax incentives for carbon-neutral buildings and expansion of carbon neutral federal buildings.
  4. Tax benefits to help lower and middle class citizens take part in the new green economy.
The organization Earth Day Network is hosting this call-in effort. Their site is available HERE.

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