Sunday, July 09, 2006

The Enviro Towering Thoughts Show

This time we really meant it: JEAN'S BACK!! Our own Sam Lovejoy joined us to talk about direct action and other such towering concepts. We opened the lines for that one, but no one called in except Francis Crowe, are one loyal listener (gee, maybe we should just do the show at her house). But first it was on to…. Revenge of the Critters! The mouse returns from the grave…sort of…and bites back.



In the news: Earth First! confronts ol' King Coal. Shut it down! Towers indeed! How about a whole slew of wind towers in Nantucket Sound? We don’t think so! Also, U.S. Emits Half of Car-Caused Greenhouse Gas, Study Says (checkout http://www.climateimc.org/ for this and other climate crisis info); Then it was time for some traditional Bush bashing for THE WORST PRESIDENT EVER: “Bush admin weakens water-pollution rules after oil exec intervenes”. Big Oil greases the wheels of government again. Surprize! And more...



"Declaration of War" by Ethan Miller & Kate Boverman, from their album, "If all the land would rise" took us to our interview w/Sam. We had a lively conversation about direct action and the kind of chemistry needed to make such action effective. One of the actions we touched on was the upcoming Camp Democracy planned for DC by Cindy Sheehan, Code Pink, and our own Traprock Peace Center. We closed the interview with the Reagan Babies' "Resistance".



Bus Stop Billboard:

*Al Gore's "Inconvenient Truth" is still playing at the Academy of Music on Main Street in Northampton. If you haven't seen it yet the gods and goddesses will not be pleased.

*Saturday July 15
INTERNATIONAL DAY OF DIRECT ACTION FOR CLIMATE JUSTICE July 15 will be an International Day of Action Against Climate Change - autonomous, decentralized actions. reclaimthecommons.net

*Thursday, July 13 Tri State CAN meeting, 5:00- 7:00 pm Greenfields Market Coop, Greenfield, MA

*Thursday, July 13, 20, 27, 4-5 pm Weekly Green Energy Vigil
Wells Fountain, Junction of Linden and Main, Brattleboro, VT
We will be here every week until Vermont Yankee is closed.
Come join US!! for more info 802-387-4060

*Tuesday, July 25 is the deadline for applications to join a team of traveling to Nicaragua August 26--September 4, 2006, to assist with a water restoration and reforestation project that is part of a campaign supported by the Nicaragua Network called "Let the Rivers Run". To receive an application for the reforestation brigade and see: www.nicanet.org



*Unplug Vermont Yankee, Let Entergy know we want a green future! Let Entergy know we can live without their power.Unplug ALL your electrical applicances including therefridgerator for 1 hr from 7 pm - 8 pm, on the 2nd Sunday of each month

Next time Jean & D.O. go it alone while Glen wanders off into the wilderness. Ed Russell returns to the board to keep us from bringing you untold minutes of dead air. Stay tuned!

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