Well, they dropped a bundle to get a quarter-page “Clean Power” ad in the Washington Post (page A21 today) so the least I can do is give them a shout out here.

CLEAN is a “clean power and coalfield state grassroots organization” circulating a comprehensive national “call to action” on energy policy that includes:

  • a five-year moratorium on new coal-fired power plants
  • increased investments and tax credits for stepped-up renewable energy production
  • greater emphasis on energy efficiency in all new construction
  • a sharp jump in federal mile per gallon (MPG) fuel efficiency standards
  • changes in personal energy consumption patterns.

And a lot more — you can read the long version of the call to action text here.

Glad to see more groups joining the fight to conserve a livable climate.

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