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Re: [hreg] fun climate talk for local high schools

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  • evelyn sardina
    Thanks. I have a group that I am volunteering for and need to know whom can I talk to for a possible talk at the school. It would only be for an after school
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      Thanks. I have a group that I am volunteering for and need to know whom can I talk to
      for a possible talk at the school. It would only be for an after school program in which the students choose to do recycling as their project so the talk would have to be on this topic specifically.

      --- On Mon, 11/8/10, Nan Hildreth <nanhildreth@...> wrote:

      From: Nan Hildreth <nanhildreth@...>
      Subject: Re: [hreg] fun climate talk for local high schools
      To: hreg@yahoogroups.com
      Date: Monday, November 8, 2010, 9:40 AM

       
      ACE might want to talk to your intermediate
      school about climate. They set up their Houston
      branch only a year ago and so they are not yet swamped with engagements.

      At 08:40 AM 11/8/2010, you wrote:
      >
      >
      >I am currently helping in an intermediate school
      >that wants to start a recycling
      >program too bad they don't qualify. Is there
      >something for Intermediate schools that
      >you may know about?
      >
      >--- On Sun, 11/7/10, Nan Hildreth <nanhildreth@...> wrote:
      >
      >From: Nan Hildreth <nanhildreth@...>
      >Subject: [hreg] fun climate talk for local high schools
      >To: hreg@yahoogroups.com
      >Date: Sunday, November 7, 2010, 2:33 PM
      >
      >
      >Fei Ji of Alliance for Climate Education gives a wonderful talk on
      >climate protection for Houston area high school folks. While it
      >doesn't mince the truth, it is fun and inspiring. For a sample of
      >her presentation, watch
      ><http://www.youtube.com/climateed>http://www.youtube.com/climateed
      >
      >To book an assembly or for more information
      ><http://acespace.org/>http://acespace.org/ or
      >contact Fei Ji of Alliance for Climate Education
      ><http://us.mc579.mail.yahoo.com/mc/compose?to=Fei.ji%40clmateeducation.org>Fei.ji@...
      >832-316-4405
      >
      >Fei is looking for volunteer projects that high school people can
      >do. If you have a project, please contact her. Since Alliance for
      >Climate Education has been in Houston for only a year most teachers
      >don't know about them. Please tell your teacher friends about this
      >opportunity. They will give their presentation also to older students.
      >
      >Nan Hildreth, Houston 713-842-6643
      >www.HoustonClimateProtection.org
      >
      >Make Soil, End Global Warming
      >
      >"We could end global warming if we restored the fertility in the
      >soils in the state of California." Dr. Elaine Ingham, www.soilfoodweb.com
      >
      >"...global warming can be reversed by restoring biodiversity in the
      >soils and in the ocean. ... There is enough land to sequester this
      >carbon and it could be done in a decade or two. ... Now that the Oil
      >Age is coming to an end, we are entering the Soil Age.
      >"
      ><http://groups.google.com/group/soil-age>http://groups.google.com/group/soil-age
      >
      >"... a 1.6% increase in organic content of soils humans manage would
      >restore atmospheric carbon dioxide levels to normal." says Allan
      >Yeomans in
      ><http://www.youtube.com/user/AllanYeomans1#p/a/u/0/-o2N6vJDLpE>http://www.youtube.com/user/AllanYeomans1#p/a/u/0/-o2N6vJDLpE
      >Free
      >download of his book
      ><http://www.yeomansplow.com.au/priority-one-contents.htm>http://www.yeomansplow.com.au/priority-one-contents.htm
      >
      >"Soil is the new frontier" Eaarth by Bill McKibben
      >
      >
      >

      Nan Hildreth, Houston 713-842-6643
      www.HoustonClimateProtection.org

      Make Soil, End Global Warming

      "We could end global warming if we restored the
      fertility in the soils in the state of
      California." Dr. Elaine Ingham, www.soilfoodweb.com

      "...global warming can be reversed by restoring
      biodiversity in the soils and in the ocean. ...
      There is enough land to sequester this carbon and
      it could be done in a decade or two. ... Now that
      the Oil Age is coming to an end, we are entering
      the Soil Age. " http://groups.google.com/group/soil-age

      "... a 1.6% increase in organic content of soils
      humans manage would restore atmospheric carbon
      dioxide levels to normal." says Allan Yeomans in
      http://www.youtube.com/user/AllanYeomans1#p/a/u/0/-o2N6vJDLpE
      Free download of his book
      http://www.yeomansplow.com.au/priority-one-contents.htm

      "Soil is the new frontier" Eaarth by Bill McKibben


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