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April 30, 2011
Advocacy, Publications, and Events
-The Convergence of Economic, Environmental and National Security
-DC Delegates Tackle NOP, Catch Limits, and Oil Spills
-Big Progress on Fishery Management and Energy
-Rocky Moutains meets with Rep. Coffman, Rep. Tipton, Rep. DeGette and TJ Deora
-What Happens to the Natural Resources When the Ice Melts?
Alex Wall and Trevor Winnier excited to join E2
-San Diego Chapter Welcomes Sarah Mueller
-Advocacy Area News from April and March TeleSalon (Recording)
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In case you missed it, below are articles from April that discuss E2's priority advocacy areas and a link to E2's March Telesalon: "Alternative Fuels 101: the Good, the Bad, and the Enormous Implications" on Wednesday, March 2, 2011 (members only).

Biofuels 101 (Recording)

"There may be wide acknowledgment that the United States needs to wean itself off imported fossil fuels, but alternatives are not all created equal. Judith Albert (E2 Executive Director), Mary Solecki (E2 Advanced Biofuel Industry Consultant), Brian Siu (NRDC Energy Policy Analyst), and Liz Barratt-Brown (NRDC Senior Attorney) discuss this complex and consequential topic, and how E2 is taking a leading role in advancing positive policy outcomes."

Advocacy Priority Areas

Federal Advocacy
Issue Article
Clean Energy Business to Congress: Let the EPA Do its Job - Clean Energy Collective
Transportation Plug-in Cars are a Cleantech Pacesetter (E2 Member Felix Kramer) - GM BeyondNow Earthday Blog 
Oceans  A Good Law that's Working (Magnuson-Stevens Act) - New York Times Editorial

Local and State Advocacy
Issue Article
Energy Local Clean Energy, Not Coal, IS Key to Northwest Prosperity (E2 PNW Chapter Director Trevor Winnie) - Sustainable Business Oregon
Water LA County Responsible for Polluted Runoff that Flows into the Sea Appellate Panel Rules - LA Times
Sustainable Communities Despite Economy, Green Roofs Bloom - Sustainable Cities Collective
Capital Flow Clinton and Bloomberg to Merge Climate Groups - New York Times

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Member comments on this article

Kevin Levy (May 6, 2011)No problem, Nancy. We are going to be posting this month's telesalon recording soon too. We will let all of our members know when this is posted. Were the news articles about priority areas useful? We were thinking about making this a new addition to the newsletter every month so that everyone can stay up-to-date with current events.
Nancy Gail Goebner (Apr 30, 2011)Thank you so much for providing recordings of the tele salons - very much appreciated.

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