Log in

No account? Create an account

Gore's Challenge

Make America's Energy 100% Green in 10 Years

Posting Access:
All Members , Moderated
Make America's Energy 100% Renewable in 10 Years
On July 17, 2008, Al Gore issued this challenge:

"America must commit to producing 100% of our electricity from cheap, clean renewable energy sources like solar and wind within 10 years."

This community is dedicated to meeting Gore's challenge. We encourage people to share news relating to Gore's challenge, climate change, advances or opportunities in renewable fuels, sustainable business practices, community efforts toward sustainable energy, reviews of relevant books, and related topics. Please consider adding "Gore's challenge" to your Interests -- the more people who know about this, the better our chance of meeting the goal.

America has accomplished great things in the past. We can do it again. You have 10 years to switch over to 100% renewable energy. Go!

Get your own code!

New members: When you join, it helps to post an introductory message so that folks can get to know you. Include a few details such as your name or nickname, the state (and city if you wish) where you live, why you're interested in Gore's challenge, and what skills or projects of yours may be helpful in pursuing it.

Join My Community at MyBloglog!

On Civility:

1) Please remember that you are dealing with real live people on this blog, not cyber-ghosts. Speak the truth gently if possible, firmly if necessary. Treat other folks with respect, and otherwise conduct yourself as a mature, responsible, civilized person.

2) Free speech is a right. That doesn’t mean it can’t be abused. It also does not entitle anyone to a captive audience. Thus, comments detrimental to the positive exchange of ideas may be removed.

3) You don’t necessarily have to agree with posts or members here. Avoiding logical fallacies in your counter-arguments is prudent. Congenial discussion or rational debate is preferred to name-calling, vulgarity, or other verbal litter.

4) Try to be sensitive and sensible about politics, class issues, sexism, racism, religion, etc. Those can be touchy issues in places where people engage in activism for survival. Remember that the goal here is to achieve clean, sustainable energy; focus on that common ground as much as possible.