Secret first footage – clean coal technology

5 12 2008
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10 12 2008
Steven Earl Salmony

On the need for scientific education regarding the human overpopulation of Earth in these early years of Century XXI………..

Dear Friends,

I want to at least try to gain your quick help. I’m not sure if you’ve heard, but yesterday the “AWAREness Campaign on the Human Population” submitted an idea for how we think the Obama Administration could change America. It’s called “Ideas for Change in America.”

I’ve submitted an idea and wanted to see if you could vote for it. The title is: Accepting human limits and Earth’s limitations. You can read and vote for the idea by clicking on the following link:

http://www.change.org/ideas/view/accepting_human_limits_and_earths_limitations

The top 10 ideas are going to be presented to the Obama Administration on Inauguration Day and will be supported by a national lobbying campaign run by Change.org, MySpace, and more than a dozen leading nonprofits after the Inauguration. So each idea has a real chance at becoming policy.

Thanks.

Sincerely yours,

Steve

Steven Earl Salmony
AWAREness Campaign on the Human Population,
established 2001
http://sustainabilityscience.org/content.html?contentid=1176

13 12 2008
Trinifar

What a great video!!! Good catch. Thanks.

14 12 2008
Verdurous « Trinifar

[…] Australian” are just as good as ever and well worth your time.  Among his recent posts are this video about clean coal technology — short and very engaging — and this smart, witty piece about economic […]

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