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Sustainability: Is The Government Committed to Sustainability?

Sunday, January 2nd, 2011

President Obama signed the Executive Order 13514 outlining environmental, economic and energy goals back in October 2009. President Barack Obama believes in global warming and climate change. There’s still debate about global warming causes and the consequences of global warming. Some claim there is a global warming hoax – we’ve been and are being deceived.

Despite the controversy, President Obama’s signature means that the United States will get on the go green path to assisting in the earth’s sustainability.

What has happened with environmental and sustainability movement?
 
The U.S. Government has finally sets the example. Almost a year after Executive Order 13514 was signed into law, the White House released the Federal Agency Strategic Sustainability Performance Plans. Agency by agency they’ve gotten on the "go green" bandwagon.

 Sustainability and Green Movement 

See what the government is doing about sustainability by clicking

Federal Agency Strategic Sustainability Performance Plans

 

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Sunday, October 24th, 2010
  • food rule #20: It’s not food if it arrived through the window of your car. #

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Thought About Recycling To Clean Up Congress?

Tuesday, August 17th, 2010

The United States is late getting on the Go Green bandwagon. Most European countries are committed to cleaning up the environment. In the U.S., we have too much politics. Americans create too much waste. We bought into the disposable mindset…Just throw it away. We need to recycle more. Businesses which recycle usually save money and have more efficient operations. Waste management is good business.

 

In the election 2008, Americans voted for change. I’m not sure how effective the current US Congress has been…You be the judge. How about electing all new faces in the United States government, at least the legislative branch. Forget the campaign promises. Whether Republicans or Democrats, why not recycle our senators and representatives.

Let’s clean up the politics.

Go Green with Congress.

Recycle!

A little political humor below…

The Green Plan

GOAL FOR 2010
A great idea for 2010!!!!
Let’s make it happen!
Finally, a Green Plan we can all get behind.
terms;

one in office, one in federal prison.
Recycle Congress, a Green Plan

Now where to put them. Do you know of a suitable recycling center?

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Sunday, August 8th, 2010
  • Financing needed to send thousands of recycled soap bars to Kenya refugee camp…tax deductible http://bit.ly/bHu4yN #

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Southeast Bioenergy Conference

Thursday, July 15th, 2010

“Building a Vibrant Renewable Energy Market for the Southeast”
is the theme for the
5th Annual Southeast Bioenergy Conference.
August 3 – 5, 2010
in Tifton, Georgia

Find out about bioenergy, renewable energy,  clean energy technology, biomass, biofuels, solar,  geothermal,  green construction,  ethanol and green cities.



For more information visit www.sebioenergy.org