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HUGE HOPE! Supreme Court rules EPA ALREADY has the authority to start curbing global warming.

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  • Pamela Melcher
    Dear Friends, CHECK THIS OUT! YAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Truth is stronger than ignorance. I believe that the Natural Resources Defense Council is one of
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 3, 2007
      Dear Friends,

      CHECK THIS OUT! YAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      Truth is stronger than ignorance.

      I believe that the Natural Resources Defense Council
      is one of the most effective environmantal
      organizations. Robert F. Kennnedy, Jr. is a leader of

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      Blessed are the Peacemakers.
      Many Blessings!
      Pamela Melcher
      --- NRDC - Frances Beinecke <members@...>

      > Date: Tue, 03 Apr 2007 18:01:48 GMT
      > From: "NRDC - Frances Beinecke"
      > <members@...>
      > To: "Pamela Melcher" <dancingcedar@...>
      > Subject: Supreme Court Hands Us a Big Victory
      > Dear Pamela,
      > Yesterday, the U.S. Supreme Court finally set the
      > Bush
      > Administration straight on global warming.
      > In a 5-4 vote, the Court agreed with NRDC and our
      > partners that
      > carbon dioxide and other global warming emissions
      > are
      > "pollutants" under the Clean Air Act.
      > And in a stunning rebuke to the Bush Administration,
      > the court
      > ruled that the Environmental Protection Agency
      > ALREADY has the
      > authority to start curbing those pollutants, which
      > are wreaking
      > havoc with our climate.
      > This landmark victory belongs to NRDC supporters
      > like you, who
      > helped us launch this case four years ago and
      > allowed us to play
      > a leading role in a winning coalition of nearly 30
      > states,
      > cities and environmental groups. We could not have
      > prevailed
      > without you!
      > And I know you want to hear exactly what the Court's
      > decision
      > means to our fight against global warming.
      > First, it obliterates the Bush Administration's
      > leading excuse
      > for doing nothing about global warming: namely, that
      > it has no
      > power to control carbon pollution. The Supreme Court
      > has now
      > ordered the EPA to stop relying on illegal excuses
      > and to start
      > getting serious about the problem of global warming
      > pollution
      > from new cars, SUVs and trucks.
      > Second, it removes the major obstacle to measures in
      > California
      > and ten other states that would slash greenhouse gas
      > emissions
      > from car exhaust.
      > Third, it adds immeasurably to the history-making
      > momentum we've
      > been building -- month by month, victory by victory
      > -- for
      > Congress to pass strong global warming legislation.
      > Consider
      > what's happened in just the last 90 days:
      > * Ten of the most influential companies in the world
      > joined with
      > NRDC and other leading environmental groups to call
      > on Congress
      > for a mandatory approach to cutting global warming
      > pollution.
      > * NRDC helped spur a pioneering clean energy accord
      > with TXU, a
      > giant utility, which marks the beginning of the end
      > of America's
      > investment in dirty coal.
      > * NRDC helped persuade Arizona, New Mexico,
      > Washington and
      > Oregon to commit to mandatory caps on global warming
      > pollution,
      > bringing the latest total to 15 states.
      > * On April 14th, tens of thousands of Americans will
      > mobilize
      > for StepItUp rallies, creating a groundswell of
      > support for
      > global warming legislation.
      > A nationwide chain reaction has been unleashed, and
      > yesterday's
      > Supreme Court ruling is going to focus new and
      > intense heat on
      > Congress, which is just gearing up for serious
      > debate on global
      > warming. The timing could not be better.
      > If you haven't already, I urge you to join that
      > chain reaction
      > by making your own voice heard in Congress. Go to
      > http://www.nrdcaction.org/gwtakeaction and send a
      > message
      > telling your Senators and Representative to pass a
      > bill that
      > cuts global warming pollution 25 percent by 2020 and
      > 80 percent
      > by 2050.
      > It will take overwhelming public support to pass the
      > kind of
      > bold legislation that our planet so desperately
      > needs. But if we
      > can prevail over the Bush Administration in the
      > Supreme Court,
      > then anything is possible on Capitol Hill.
      > Let's take the fight to Congress!
      > Sincerely,
      > Frances Beinecke
      > President
      > Natural Resources Defense Council

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