Friday, May 15, 2009

Bill Clinton tells scrap recyclers what they want to hear
Former President William Jefferson Clinton addressed the closing general session breakfast during the [Institut of Scrap Recycling Industries] 2009 Convention and Exposition, held April 26-30 in Las Vegas. The approximately 1,300 people heard Clinton`s call for transforming the way the United States produces and consumes energy, a change that could dramatically benefit the scrap recycling industry.

For the former president, energy is the key to America's economic revival and to economic growth. The scrap recycling industry "should be at the center of America`s job creation strategy for the next eight years," Clinton stated. "The whole climate change debate has not adequately assessed your potential to help America do what it does best."
Live blog from Nashville, where an A-list of climate fraudsters is currently meeting
As many of you know, I’m also a Climate Change presenter with Al Gore’s - The Climate Project which is taking place from May 14-16, 2009.
This is a live blogging stream from the Climate Project Summit in Nashville, Tennesse. I hope to share some photos and text that brings the most important messages from this event to the Web in real time. I plan to share updates through the day Thursday eve thru Saturday, May 16, 2009.
Kaki King magical guitar stylings at the Climate Summit- where care for the planet & beautiful music come together.
Dr Pachauri introduces Mr Gore. Standing ovation.
David Suzuki has just arrived as we watch a video about Lighting a Billion Lives in India - solar!
Live simply so that others may simply live. Ghandi quoted by The head of ipcc #tcpsummit
More than 50% of the world's assets are owned by the richest 2% of adults. Dr. Pachauri, chair of IPCC
Dr Pachauri chair of IPCC addresses the TCP Summit. Co-recipient of Nobel Peace Prize.
American Thinker: Liberal Fantasyland

"A lot of environmental messages are simply not accurate. But that's the way we sell messages in this society. We use hype. And we use those pieces of information that sustain our position. I guess all large organizations do that." Professor Jerry Franklin, an ecologist at the University of Washington

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