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National Call-in Day on Clean Energy & Climate Legislation — TODAY

Email may be the norm of the day for expressing your opinion on political issues, but the phone still has its place. The organization 1Sky is hosting a national call-in day to the SenateTODAY — to help push for good clean energy and climate legislation.

The national call-in event has already been picked up by the New York Times, so hopefully it will be quite successful.


We’ve got quite a few readers on this site, and I think that most of you are strong advocates of clean energy and good climate legislation. You can help 1Sky and the world by making this day one for Senators to remember.

1Sky provides you with a very quick and easy system for calling using their toll-free number. You call your Senators for free, don’t even have to find their phone numbers, and have a little guide with some talking points, or you are free to us your own.

One major point 1Sky is pushing is that Congress should not take away the EPA’s ability to regulate greenhouse gas emissions under the Clean Air Act (Senator Murkowski’s recent amendment).

Maybe you aren’t used to calling your Senator’s. Who is?

1Sky makes it easy for you.

Make your contribution to the political democracy we live in.

Call Today.

Calling instructions & tools.

via Chesapeake Climate Action Network (CCAN)

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