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Earth Day thoughts: Fix a poor "recycling" bill

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SB 234, latest Delaware “recycling” bill, shuts down container deposit program rather than fixing it.  This isn’t good enough.  Please ask Senators to hold off voting on this bill until it can be fixed.

Last week was the 40th anniversary of the first Earth Day in 1970.  Few serious environmental campaigners have much interest any more in Earth Day, which is mostly now celebrated by big polluters “greenwashing” themselves.  But it is still a good time to reflect on where we are and how we arrived. Continue reading

“This July 4th, Rebel and Agitate for Change”

Agitators created America, and it’s their feisty spirit and outright rebelliousness that we celebrate on our national holiday.

Are you an agitator? You know, one of those people who won’t leave well enough alone, who’s always questioning authority and trying to stir things up. Continue reading

Broad Coalition Criticizes Climate Bill

May 21, 2009

Joint statement by:

Greenpeace USA * Friends of the Earth * Public Citizen * Citizen Power * Center for Biological Diversity * Citizens Action Coalition of Indiana * TURN-The Utility Reform Network * Sustainable Energy & Economy Network * Green Delaware * Massachusetts Environmental Energy Alliance * Massachusetts Forest Watch * Coal Moratorium Now!

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Alert 649: In Washington, DC, signs of change. In Delaware….every backbone counts

Green Delaware Alert 649
(please post/forward)
(note:  Some versions of this Alert were incorrectly numbered 648)

Fossil Fools Day
Obama and the auto industry
Opportunity knocks, but can the environmental movement step up to the plate?
In Delaware, “The more things change, the more they stay the same….”
In a small place, every backbone counts ….

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Green Delaware Site Outage

Thank you for your patience  during the recent Green Delaware site outage.  In the near future at least, this WordPress blog will be our main online presence.  The “old” website will be available “soon” and will remain online indefinitely as an archive of over 630 Alerts and other items.

Please keep on sharing your suggestions

Alan Muller