Although this campaign has been carrying on quietly all along, it’s time to pick up the pace again.
There is no future in oil.
Keep repeating that phrase. Email it, blog it, post it, tweet it, sing it, shout it from the rooftops, pray it, call it out unexpectedly during sex.
Here is a clever video taking some of Al Gore’s comments and others about climate change and turning them into music.
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..which may be much sooner than we think. Not only do we need to worry about not having fuel for transport but all those items that depend on petroleum based products would no longer be able to be produced: furniture, pharmaceuticals, communications. There is no future in oil.
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More facts about this deceptive oil-industry sponsored proposition.
This attempt to gut California’s energy efficiency measures must be defeated! There is no future in oil!
Prop 23, pushed by oil money, would suspend California’s visionary clean energy laws. Those in favor will argue that the laws kill jobs. This is a smoke screen for the oil industry. Thick black smelly oil-fire smoke.
A group of 118 economists have refuted the claim. The laws actually create more jobs in future-oriented energy initiatives.
Protect AB 32! Defeat Prop 23!
There is no future in oil!
Imagine a future in which abundant energy could be ours, simply by harnessing the wind, or capturing sunlight, or tapping into the heat of the Earth itself. Seth Doane explores America’s alternative energy hopes and challenges.
His article includes this quote from George W. Bush: “[America] must move beyond a petroleum-based economy to make our dependence on Middle Eastern oil a thing of the past.”
Big oil spills are no longer news in this vast, tropical land. The Niger Delta, where the wealth underground is out of all proportion with the poverty on the surface, has endured the equivalent of the Exxon Valdez spill every year for 50 years by some estimates. The oil pours out nearly every week, and some swamps are long since lifeless.
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Greenpeace will be departing from a port in St. Petersburg, Florida on Thursday to explore the environmental damage BP may have caused during the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
Oceans Campaign Director for Greenpeace, John Hocevar said, “From the very start, the full scope of the Gulf oil disaster has been obscured by BP and even our own government.”
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