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Enviro-Mich message from Doug Cornett <drcornet@up.net>
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>Date: Tue, 4 May 1999 18:24:31 -0400 (EDT)
>X-Sender: b4_pdrekmeier@mail.siteconnect.net
>To: earthday@earthday.net
>From: Peter Drekmeier <pdrekmeier@earthday.net>
>Subject: Clean Energy Agenda Endorsements
>
>Friends,
>
>So far 126 organizations have endorsed the Earth Day Clean Energy Agenda.
Is your group one of them?  If not, please visit
http://www.earthday.net/energy/agenda.html
>
>Thanks for your support.
>
>-Peter
>
>ORGANIZATIONS ENDORSING THE EARTH DAY CLEAN ENERGY AGENDA (as of 5/4/99)
>
>Ahupua'a Action Alliance
>Alaska Wilderness League
>Alliance for a Living Ocean
>Alliance for Survival
>Alliance for Sustainable Communities
>Alliance to Close Indian Point
>Alliance to Save Energy
>American Bioenergy Association
>American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACE3)
>American Hydrogen Association
>American Solar Energy Society
>Americans for Clean Energy
>Animal Justice Education
>Appalachia - Science in the Public Interest
>Aqua Sun International
>AstroPower, Inc.
>Big Wild Advocates
>Biofuels America!
>Bob Lawrence & Associates, Inc.
>BRW Industries
>Butte Environmental Council
>Chernobyl Children's Project
>Choctawhatchee, Pea & Yellow Rivers Watershed Management Authority
>Citizens Action Coalition of Indiana
>Citizens for Pennsylvania's Future
>Citizens Protecting Ohio (C-PRO)
>Clean Fuels Development Coalition
>Clean Fuels Foundation
>Clean Water Action NE
>Clements Environmental Corporation
>Climate Solutions (formerly Atmosphere Alliance and Energy Outreach Center)
>Coalition for Jobs and the Environment
>Coalition on the Environment and Jewish Life
>Colorado Solar Energy Industries Association (CoSEIA)
>Common Purpose Institute for Energy and Environmental Solutions
>Communications Consortium Media Center
>Conserval Systems, Inc.
>Conservation and Research Foundation
>Corvallis Environmental Center
>Defenders of Wildlife
>Delaware River Greenway
>Domestic Technologies International, Inc.
>Earth Day Energy Fast
>Eco Expo
>Ecology Action, Inc.
>Elfin Permaculture
>Energy & Environmental Concepts Inc.
>Energy Coordinating Agency of Philadelphia
>Environmental & Energy Study Institute
>Environmental Management and Policy Program at RPI
>Experimental Cities, Inc.
>FAFCO Solar
>Foundation for Global Sustainability
>Friends of the Chicago River
>Friends of the West
>Fuel Cells 2000
>Full Circle Energy Project, Inc.
>Geothermal Resources Council
>GeothermEx
>Global Biorefineries Inc.
>Global Energy Network Institute
>Grassroots of Olive, Inc.
>Great Lakes United Buffalo State College - Cassety Hall
>The Greens/Green Party U.S.A.
>Green Seal
>Harvard Environmental Network
>Health & Energy Company
>Iowa Renewable Energy Association (I-Renew)
>International Rivers Network
>Izaak Walton League of America, Midwest Office
>Jersey Shore Solar, Inc.
>Ke Ala Hoku
>Kettle Range Conservation Group
>King County Land/Wastewater Stewardship Program
>Legal Environmental Assistance Foundation (LEAF)
>Memphis Audubon Society
>Minnesotans for an Energy-Efficient Economy
>Monmouth County Citizens for Clean Air & H20
>Narrow Ridge Earth Literacy Center
>National BioEnergy Industries Association
>National Wildlife Federation
>National Wildlife Federation's Campus Ecology Program
>North Carolina Solar Energy Association
>Northeast Sustainable Energy Association
>North Shore Environmental Coalition
>NRG Engineering
>Nuclear Energy Information Service
>NW Arctic Region Public Building Service, GSA
>Office of Peace & Justice, Sisters of St. Joseph, Nazreth, MI
>Oregon PeaceWorks
>Pennsylvania Wildlife Federation
>Peoples Action for Clean Energy (PACE)
>Potomac Resources
>Public Citizen's Critical Mass Energy Project
>Regeneration Project/Episcopal Power and Light
>RENEW Wisconsin
>Renewable Energy Policy Project
>Renewable Fuels Association
>S. Huntington PTA
>Santa Barbara County Releaf
>Siskiyou Project
>Solar Contractors Inc.
>Solar Electric Light Fund
>Solar Electrics
>Solar Energy Awareness and Demonstration Seminars (SEADS)
>Solar Energy Industries Association
>Southern Environmental Law Center
>Southern Strategy for Energy and Environmental Renewal (SSEER)
>Southwest Energy Institute
>STAND
>Stuart Energy U.S.A.
>SUN DAY Campaign
>Sustainable Energy and Economic Development Coalition
>Sustainable Energy Coalition
>Synertech Systems Corporation
>Tennessee Valley Energy Reform Coalition (TVERC)
>The Regeneration Project
>The Solar Consultants
>Three Rivers Association for Sustainable Energy
>United Methodist Board of Church & Society
>United Nations Association - Sacramento, CA Chapter
>Waste Water Treatment Division
>Wilderness Watch
>World Corps
>World Tree Center for Peace, Justice, and Mother Earth
>Youth for Environmental Sanity
>
>Peter Drekmeier
>Earth Day Network/Earth Day 2000
>91 Marion Street
>Seattle, WA 98104
>Tel (206) 264-0114 ext. 201
>pdrekmeier@earthday.net
>
>


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