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Tell us about your experience with alternative energy:
mother earth catalog; financing knowledge of individually placed windmills on private lots in germany-, taxpayer model;
What excites you about this campaign?
BIG money from a WISE, OLD man, rolled out nationwide with grassroots support-, a winning formula!
What do you want to do to help?
spearhead local movements to install/retrofit cars for ngas consumption, then using this captive client base to invite them to be part-owners in local ngas fuel station. this should answer the chicken or egg question: they evolved simultaneously!
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I'm ready to go to print and into schools with my Power Families series of three books about children who live on renewable energy farms. I've launched an exciting, crowd fund-raising project to do this: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1642371480/the-power-families-clean-energy-kids-books-project . In return for pledges people receive discounted copies of the books and other, unique, limited edition goodies. Wired Magazine has just given me a great review: http://www.wired.com/geekdad/2011/04/celebrate-earth-day-with-the-power-families/ . So far I've funded the series from my own pocket, and now the Kickstarter Project is my way to be able to get the renewable energy message to kids much quicker, and with a far greater reach, than I can otherwise. Renewable energy is an exciting subject, fundamental to the power needs of us all. Please support me to help get this important and exciting subject into schools and help spread the word! Many thanks and all best wishes, Suse
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Super Job my friend! I wish I could get out and do what everyone else is doing. I am trying to stay in touch as I am moving to SC soon. I love to hear about people that pick up the pace! Keep up the good work!