[Mb-civic] Fw: Deep sea mysteries, clean energy and much,
harry.sifton at sympatico.ca
Mon Sep 20 16:24:58 PDT 2004
Greenpeace Canada Monthly Environmental E-news
Issue Date: September 2004
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Deep sea mysteries Biologists estimate that somewhere between 500,000 and 5,000,000 marine species have yet to be discovered, some dating back to prehistoric times. But these very species are in serious danger from the world's most destructive fishing practice - bottom trawling - and we are campaigning to stop this destruction before it is too late. To find out mor! e, please click here>>
Greenpeace benefit concert and book launch party Some of Vancouver's most prominent activists, politicians, musicians, and Greenpeace supporters are uniting TOMORROW - September 21st - at the Commodore ballroom. You're invited! To find out more, please click here>>
Greenpeace exposes BC energy policy Greenpeace activists carrying signs that read "Change Is In The Wind" presented a 30-foot tall wind turbine at the BC Power Summit, where government and industry representatives were meeting to work out the implementation of the province's new energy policy.
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