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Can someone take out the trash?
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Mark Dauble replied to Mrs. Cara Dafforn's discussion Climategate
"Short term, there will not be a big effect. The US uses about 400,000,000 gal. of petroleum every day. The worst case estimates from experts place the spill at about 4,200,000 gal. which is just a little more than 1%. Of course the plume may be 40%…"
Jul 10, 2010
Mark Dauble replied to Melody DeLury's discussion Anderson, IN: looking for green solutions
"If you are just moving to Indiana, welcome to the Hoosier State. I'm in Bloomington, so I can't really offer much help, but the county office for solid waste management should be able to help with recycling. Calling city government you…"
May 25, 2010
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Apr 23, 2010
Mrs. Cara Dafforn replied to Mark Dauble's discussion Can someone take out the trash?
"Would you be a voice for urban livestock or backyard poultry? A consistent blogger would raise the visibility about urban animal raising and be a great benefit to Hoosiers?"
Apr 10, 2010
thechickenlady replied to Mark Dauble's discussion Can someone take out the trash?
"I agree! I'd like to see more activity here & maybe better grouping of Forum catagories?!"
Apr 10, 2010
Mark Dauble replied to Mrs. Cara Dafforn's discussion Climategate
"Sorry if this is a double post, but I needed to edit and my post disappeared. Greetings friends, I just checked in for news and to post an update: I've talked with a several pro-environment people with a sound background in economics, and I…"
Apr 6, 2010
Mark Dauble replied to Mrs. Cara Dafforn's discussion Climategate
"Greetings friends, I'm just checking in with some updates; I've talked with a several pro-environment people with a sound background in economics, and I have some issues with Cap & Trade. It would be a system that would make it easy…"
Apr 6, 2010
Mark Dauble replied to Mrs. Cara Dafforn's discussion Climategate
"It is best to review the data and not the media. The media is doing a very poor job of covering all science and most politics. Search NASA and NOAA for a wealth of data and clear explanations. I was especially disappointed when CNN cut lose their…"
Mar 20, 2010

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I'm a naturalist, keenly interested in endangered species and habitat preservation.

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At 3:25pm on January 11, 2010, Mrs. Cara Dafforn said…
Today, January 11th Monday, 3:30 EST: Carol Browner, Assistant to the President for Energy and Climate, discusses the President’s push to create the new clean energy economy. www.whitehouse.gov
At 12:41pm on January 22, 2009, Miss Amanda Jones said…
OH Mark - that is really really great - the premise is about our fresh waters here in Indiana - I grew up with a grandfather that was a fisherman - he supplied local establishments with catfish every week - now the river I grew up on - the fish are so contaminated that they can't be eaten. Plus much much more shady stuff happening with the waters - prozac in our drinking water?!?! Maybe we can get together next week and have tea or coffee and talk - My band just reformulated - soo I'm not throwing the official name out until I run it by the guys - So Happy to meet you Cheers Much Love JONES
At 6:47pm on December 29, 2008, Jim Moers said…
I was just thinking about you.
At 1:12pm on December 24, 2008, John Blair said…
Hey, Mark. Thanks for signing up. I think this is a site that you might find a lot of common interests.

Are you going to be around for Christmas? If so, feel free to stop in.

Have a great holiday.
At 8:57am on December 24, 2008, A Greener Indiana said…
Thank you for becoming a member of AGI, you are most welcome here. Feel free to make it your place and invite your friends to take a look and see what they think. Hopefully they will join the site and participate!

A Greener Indiana is an organization and online community who’s purpose is to support other organizations, businesses, and citizens who contribute to sustainability and want to join the movement of heralding the green paradigm in Indiana.
Please respect this space and forum we offer the community by demonstrating value and respect in regards to each other and our common work.
We have created several help documents so to help you get the most out of www.AGreenerIndiana.com.

1- Check out the getting started guide HERE

2- There are many ways to communicate and each way has it’s advantages. Check out the different ways you can communicate on the site HERE

3- If you are having any other problems be sure to look at our help section HERE

Your expertise is needed on this site! What are your strong points in environmental awareness? What are your curiosities? Is there a particular arena or field we could help empower you with? AGI's members are specialists in many areas and AGI has a staff that is able to offer full support and assistance in environmental work and issues, community and economic development, advertising, promotions, web design, and programming. If you have a question or a request. DO NOT HESITATE TO ASK!

The idea here is to support you in helping to support communities and Indiana as a whole to make the change over to more sustainable practices.... To help everybody learn how they can improve all of the little things so that together we make a BIG DIFFERENCE.

There are many groups you can join on www.AGreenerIndiana.com. Besides the resource based environmental arenas of: Land, Water, Air, Energy, Policy, and Advocacy, there are many other groups that are interconnected to sustainability and the green paradigm including recreation, health/wellness, agriculture, building and design, community development, economic development, products, arts, humanities and many more.

You can share your awareness and activities in any of the above through the many facets this site offers and more soon to come. Chat around, friend up like minded individuals, post, blog, make and form groups. These are just some of the ways in which you may interact and utilize this site to further your work and explore your greener passions.

We are all in this together and together we can help make things better.

Kudos to you for participating in this great work!


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