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Monday, April 22, 2013

Can you picture Earth Day in 2030?


Can you picture Earth Day in 2030?

Brian T. Castelli via 
6:30 AM (1 hour ago)
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Dear Bhujangadev,
Together, right now, we can shape Earth Day 2030. Through recommendations of the Alliance Commission on National Energy Efficiency Policy, we’ve laid out the plan of doubling U.S. energy productivity by 2030; we are executing it right now, working with our government and business leaders to achieve the goal of reducing wasted energy and boosting energy productivity.
But we need your support today
With your help, we can push for the implementation of Energy2030 right now, and by Earth Day 2030 we will have decreased U.S. CO2 emissions to 4 billion metric tons. That is 33% less than 2005. Being energy productive means a cleaner environment.
Join us today as we celebrate Earth Day 2013 so that every year we can take the much needed steps toward a cleaner, healthier environment due to more energy efficient programs and policies.
The Alliance to Save Energy staff and supporters are on the ground in Washington and around the country drumming up support to protect and push for more energy efficient legislation, but we can't keep up our efforts without the help of friends like you. Please donate now to support our work and continue the fight for a cleaner planet.
Thank you for creating a positive change for our environment by supporting energy efficiency.
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Brian T. Castelli
Executive Vice President
Programs and Development
P.S. If you haven’t already, be sure to make a pledge on our Facebook page, and use the hash tag #AllianceEarthDay2013 after you write it out. Then check back to see what others have pledged!

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