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There's a lot going on in the wonderful world of EnviroWonks. Take a look at what we've been up to over the last week.

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  • UN climate change officials held a conference in Bangkok where they made plans to make plans. Sounds productive.
  • Al Gore launched a $300 million ad campaign aimed at raising climate change awareness. The media blitz will include a spot with the Rev. Al Sharpton and Pat Robertson agreeing on something.
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written by N. & J., April 04, 2008
On one hand I'm glad high profile people are raising awareness about green issues, on the 50mg cialis retail price other I wish they would spend that money on actually fixing things instead of just advertising the problem.
True, but . . .
written by josh, April 05, 2008
I think an add with Speaker Pelosi and former Speaker Gingrich agreeing will have a bigger affect on the people than just spending that money to more directly help.

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