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  • Please join Repower Texas , a project of the Alliance for Climate Protection , for a panel discussion and town hall meeting with local business leaders from the renewable energy, sustainability, and conservation communities as we discuss the ways to address our climate crisis through the development of clean renewable energy sources, energy conservation, and the opportunities and...
    C S May 26, 2009
  • Forward this message to other lists, friends & families For Our Future What: Join the rallying cry "For Our Future” as concerned members of the community come together to say to Congressman Gene Green--get on board the American Clean Energy and Security Act of 2009 (ACES)! Right now, Gene Green currently stands in opposition to our future in a greener and cleaner economy and is...
    C S May 8, 2009
  • Take a Moment out of your Day to secure a Brighter Future The House Energy and Commerce Committee will soon start marking up the Waxman-Markey draft climate bill, and we need to take action NOW to ensure that this bill is as strong as possible. Houston Congressman Gene Green is a member of the House Energy and Commerce Committee. His support then is critical to the creation of...
    C S Apr 28, 2009
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  • For some reason the time got cut off of the event notice. The Press Conference takes place at 10:30 am Monday, March 2 at Congressman Gene Green's District Office located at: 256 N. Sam Houston Pkwy. E., Suite 29, Houston, TX 77060 . Everyone is invited to come out. Charles Stillman Houston Outreach Director 1SKY & TCEC Cell: 713 540-0406
    C S Mar 1, 2009
  • On Monday, March 2nd, there will be a press conference outside Congressman Gene Green’s north office to publicize our concerns about climate change and the need for Congressman Green and other federal officials to adopt strong climate legislation. Where: Gene Green’s North office located at: 256 N. Sam Houston Pkwy. E., Suite 29, Houston, TX 77060 Why: To bring local awareness...
    C S Feb 27, 2009
  • --- In hreg@^$1, Paul Archer wrote: > > 11:34am, JR Batek wrote: > Largest issue is actually the EPA, > which says that a converted vehicle must produce emissions no > higher than the unconverted vehicle--and they say that a vehicle > converted to E85 will have greater emissions. (Sounds like a car > company lobbying effort to me, but that's just my opinion.) > > Paul Well a car...
    cleanaws Jun 7, 2006
  • There is little incentive for the U.S. sugar industry to go into ethanol production because import quotas bolster U.S. sugar prices far above world levels. Also sugar cane requires a frost-free growing season, so that limits plantations to the Gulf Coast, Florida and Hawaii. C. Stillman --- In hreg@^$1, "J. P. Malone" wrote: > > On TV last night I heard that sugar derived ethanol...
    cleanaws May 10, 2006
  • Ms. Tullos, My name is Charles Stillman and I'm member of the Houston Renewable Energy Group, where I saw you had posted the message that follows below. I work at a non-profit environmental organization called the Citizens' League for Environmental Action Now (CLEAN). We are heading up a low-income environmentally-friendly housing project. We have partnered with the Federation of...
    cleanaws Apr 9, 2004
  • Hi everyone, Kim Asked me to post an introduction. I'm a member of a non-profit environmental group here in Houston called CLEAN (Citizens' League for Environmental Action Now). We are in the process of planning the construction of energy-efficient, low-cost housing in the Houston area. I was on the web surfing around and I came across the Houston Renewable Energy Group's website...
    The CLEAN Staff Feb 23, 2004