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Bike Bellingham is the 2011 local event has launched a 2011 project set for 9/24/2011, called "Moving Planet" with a website at In Bellingham, a project has risen up called "Bike Bellingham" which will feature family friendly bike rides from ten city schools that will converge at the Bellingham City Hall flag plaza for a climate rally/info fair from noon to 2 pm. There will also be an advanced ride from the plaza to the proposed Cherry Point Coal terminal leaving at 2 pm. If you would like more information, go to I will be posting additional information here as I learn more. However, there is a need for volunteers to help the day of the event, with pre-event postering canvassing for sponsors.

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Bill McKibben Wants to Give Obama One of Jimmy Carter's Solar Panels

Started by Rob Olason Sep 7, 2010. 0 Replies

Michelle planted a vegetable garden on the White House lawn and suddenly backyard gardens sprang up all across America. Bill McKibben wants to give Barack one of Jimmy Carter's old solar panels to…Continue

A Message from Bill McKibben

Started by Stephanie Davis Jun 28, 2010. 0 Replies

Dear friends,We're writing to everyone on the United States mailing list because it's crunch time.We learned earlier today that President Obama…Continue

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Well said, J.C., and important link. Thank you.

Comment by J. C. Walker,Jr. on September 1, 2014 at 9:31am

Words, by their very nature have an inherent bias which when misused reduce qualities, quite sublimely, of notions originating from different paradigms to a disingenuous playing field. When the debate between Good Jobs is juxtaposed against a tacit acknowledgment of a concern for the environment, it demonstrates or takes advantage of the flaw. The context provided by global climate disruption is of a different logical order. Failing to recognize the difference is at our own expense, or more bluntly, our own existence. Pretending otherwise only ushers us closer to a reality of bleak options, where there are no words.


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