Wednesday, December 5, 2007
Wildlife federation seeks support for energy bill TODAY
PLEASE CLICK ON IMAGE TO SEE BIRD sitting on tree-protection fence on Aspen Ridge construction site near World Peace Wetland Prairie, a nature park in the Town Branch neighborhood of south Fayetteville, Arkansas, on Nov. 23, 2007.
The National Wildlife Federation reported on Dec. 5, 2007:
With global warming threatening 30-40 percent of wildlife species, Congress MUST pass an energy bill in 2007 to lay the groundwork for strong global warming legislation in 2008 and beyond.
Let your representative know: "Americans need an Energy Bill with..."
Protections for wildlife and public lands from oil and gas development.
A Renewable Electricity Standard of at least 15 percent by 2020.
A fuel economy standard of at least 35 mpg by 2020.
We believe a bill with these three things can pass in the House and Senate, making a terrific down payment on an upcoming global warming bill!
Speak up today and help get the energy bill to the finish line:
Thanks so much! Stay tuned to hear how the vote goes.
Grassroots Mobilization Coordinator
National Wildlife Federation
Inspiring Americans to protect wildlife for our children's future.
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