Monthly Archives: April 2009

GreenDel Alert 652: Don’t be influenced by Michelle Obama: Eat your share of chemicals ….

The Mid America Croplife Association, whose members include DuPont, Monsanto, BASF, Bayer, Dow, The Minnesota Agri-Growth Council, etc, doesn’t like Michelle Obama’s organic garden.

“While a garden is a great idea, the thought of it being organic made Janet Braun, CropLife Ambassador Coordinator and I shudder.   As a result, we sent a letter [below] encouraging them to consider using crop protection products [pesticides].” Continue reading

“Your Government at Work” is something to behold ! –Frieda Berryhill

Follow-up to Alert 650:  Frieda Berryhill’s report: “‘Your  Government at Work’ is something to behold !”

In Alert 650:  Nutty nuclear schemes to be presented in Legislative Hall–April 9, 2009, 4:00 pm ( http://greendel.org/?p=313 ) we announced this meeting and made some observations on global warming and the need to tell the good ideas from the bad ones.

The actual meeting is described by long-time anti-nuclear activist Frieda Berryhill:

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Alert 650: Nutty nuclear schemes to be presented in Legislative Hall–April 9, 2009, 4:00 pm

Green Delaware Alert 650

(please post/forward)“PSE & G To give a presentation on nuclear power” in Legislative Hall, Dover, Wed, April 9, 2009 4:00

Delaware faces tremendous opportunities but also the danger of making horrible mistakes.  The state is a small place with a limited talent pool and limited resources.  We can’t afford to get it wrong.

Can Markell and his people tell the good ideas from the bad ones?  Will they listen to non-brownnosers?

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Alert 649: In Washington, DC, signs of change. In Delaware….every backbone counts

Green Delaware Alert 649
(please post/forward)
(note:  Some versions of this Alert were incorrectly numbered 648)

Fossil Fools Day
Obama and the auto industry
Opportunity knocks, but can the environmental movement step up to the plate?
In Delaware, “The more things change, the more they stay the same….”
In a small place, every backbone counts ….

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