A Greener Indiana

Everybody can do something to make a greener Indiana

We have all heard about global warming and carbon emissions. Terms like carbon footprint are now part of our vocabulary. But how much carbon can we handle in the atmosphere? Where is the line drawn and what can we do to stay below that line?

That is the sole point of the website www.350.org

I can't help but thinking of how we learned of CFC's damaging the ozone and then we did something about it before it was too late.....imagine if we drug our heels on this issue and destroyed our ozone layer to the extent that we all had to avoid the sun as though it were poison?

I like this site because it focuses us all on something that is tangible (a number) rather than just saying that we need to reduce carbon emissions.

Check it out and spread the word about the site.

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Comment by Hoowil on November 13, 2008 at 11:14pm
Heard your program on NPR tonight. Thank you for your efforts.
Comment by Wendy on June 4, 2008 at 11:18pm
This project emerged out of last year's Step It Up rallies, led by Bill McKibben and students at Middlebury College. I have to admit I'm disappointed that they went away from that model. Not sure why - maybe because there were fewer rallies in November than in April? Still, the two rallies we had in Evansville attracted a lot of people (esp. the first) and media attention.

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