Thursday, August 31, 2006

Environmental Protections: STOP BUSH GOVERNMENT!!

I live in Australia so Im not that familiar with what the Bush Government has proposed for the American environment, if its like any other policy that they have come up with since taking over power(illegally I might add) it cant be good for your country. They have a website for you to protest. Don't let this government destroy your beautiful country stand up and be counted.

Speak up for environmental protections: don't let Bush co-opt cooperative conservation
"The Bush administration is holding a series of "listening sessions" across the country as it promotes its so-called "Cooperative Conservation" agenda.
Please help ensure that these sessions are not used to undermine environmental laws. Submit a public comment letter to let the administration know that voluntary conservation efforts complement, but absolutely cannot replace, strong environmental laws. You can also go to to check for listening sessions in your area that you may be able to attend in person. The Bush administration has already proposed a package of “cooperative conservation” legislation that would weaken the Endangered Species Act and the Clean Water Act [link:]. The administration may use input from these sessions to promote these and other harmful changes to environmental laws, so it’s vital to respond with a strong conservation message. You can help by getting on the record as a supporter of a strong Endangered Species Act and other environmental laws. Please submit a written comment to the Bush administration regarding its cooperative conservation listening tour. If you’ve been involved in a local cooperative effort to protect endangered species, you can speak from personal experience about how environmental protections brought people in your community together to conserve natural resources. These stories will greatly increase the strength of your comments. California listening sessions: Redding, California, 1 p.m., September 13, 2006, Cascade Theatre Colton, California, 10 a.m., September 28, 2006, Colton High School Auditorium
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