Tell The EPA To Limit Carbon Pollution From Power Plants

PowerPlant.jpegMore than 40% of carbon pollution comes from power plants. Yet incredibly, there are currently no limits on greenhouse gas emissions from these plants. But now, the EPA has proposed first-ever standards for carbon pollution from the nation’s existing power plants. This proposal will limit emissions from power plants by 30% by 2030, compared with 2005 levels.

Make your voice heard before the comment period ends, and tell the EPA to move forward with strong carbon standards for power plants.

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U.S. Considers Climate Change Plan That Would Mandate Emission Cuts

la-smog-in-shanghai-20141015.jpegThe United States is considering a proposal to combat climate change that would require countries to offer plans for curtailing greenhouse gas emissions on a certain schedule but would leave it to individual nations to determine how deep their cuts would be, said Todd Stern, the nation’s chief climate negotiator.

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Petitions For Faith Leaders And Followers To Sign About Fracking

fracklogo.pngHelp recruit health professionals, faith leaders, farmers, chefs and community groups to ban fracking in California! Here you will find recruitment resources to help us ban fracking.

There are MoveOn.org petitions for faith leaders and followers to sign to let Governor Brown know our concerns about fracking.  Sign the petition here!

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Dig Deeper About Climate Change Film & Speaker Series

images.jpegClimate Change is affecting our communities now. Hear what is happening and what you can do.

Next presentation on the effects of climate change in Southern California will be held on January 8th 2015. The speaker Dr. Jere H. Lipps  is the Director of the John D.Cooper Archaeological and Paleontonlogical Center.  He is involved in the paleoceanographic conditions impacting marine mammal diversity through time, the preservation of marine mammal assemblages and the history and processes of climate change in Orange County.

Details for this event can be found at this link.

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October 16, 2014 is World Food Day

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Today is World Food Day and in honor of World Food Day, the small family farmer is being honored.  How, with a contribution to a sustainable family farm through Slow Money

Make a tax deductible contribution today and help small family farmers who are working to make the food you eat healthy for you and the earth!

 

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