Hope you can:
1. bring at least 5 friends and associates to the site
2. hit the red Contact Congress button to email your legislators and governors a request that they sign the pledge
3. get some pledges signed and faxed in to Boone. If you can get over 100 we would be proud to have you in the 100CLUB!
PLEASE see this video: http://push.pickensplan.com/video/video/show?id=2187034:Video:1249346 . It is very clear to even the pro alternative /renewable legislators that they will need significant and vocal support to "push back" the naysayers and give them a place to hang their "political hat" to support this plan. IT IS PURLEY POLITICAL. PERIOD. END OF STORY. Our success will be in our numbers!
Please get pledges signed and fax them in. We all meet so many people everyday, and they have not been counted yet. How badly do we want this? THEY ARE TELLING US THEY NEED HUGE numbers. Can we do it? ARE YOU IN?
We must sign up millions to beat back the lobbyists and special interests!
When will we ever have an oportunity like this ever again? THANKS!
Welcome to the Pickens plan. If I can help you please let me know. Start E mailing your Friends and build a network.
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'Green-collar' jobs a growth area, U.S. group says
Companies are stepping up their environmental initiatives, and that may mean a boom in "green-collar" jobs.
A recent forecast by the American Solar Energy Society found that renewable energy and energy-efficient industries were responsible for the creation of nearly 8.5 million jobs in 2006, and by 2030 that number is expected to reach 40 million.
Colleges and universities are taking notice, according to Challenger, Gray & Christmas Inc., a job placement consulting group.
Many have introduced specialized degree programs in eco-commerce, environmental accounting, green and social marketing, and ecological economics.
"The demand for 'green-collar' jobs is really exploding, especially as the cost of energy continues to climb," said John Challenger, the group's chief executive. "Students need to start thinking about developing skills that will give them an edge for these types of careers that did not even exist until recently."
Popular jobs include urban planners, forestry professionals and environmental lawyers, Challenger said. There is also a growing demand for architects and engineers with Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification from the U.S. Green Building Council, a Washington, D.C.-based non-profit.
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My group has great members; it’s called Wanted Scientists at: http://push.pickensplan.com/group/wantedscientistsenergyexpertsinventors
If you have a good idea to tell us about, check out Wanted Patents, Prototypes, Ideas at: http://push.pickensplan.com/group/wantedpatentsprototypesnewproductsinventions
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There are so many terrific groups you will find a place or just create a group suited especially for you. Bring new members onboard. We are targeting a million members before the Presidential election.