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News :: Environment
Volumes of Research Daily Now Says - CLIMATE IN CRISIS
16 Dec 2006
Climate change: 'It is, in fact, a crisis'
By Derek Gentile, December 15, 2006.

“Like former Vice President Al Gore, Thomas Stokes, coordinator of the
Climate Crisis Coalition, believes that the issue of global warming is no
longer solely the purview of environmentalists. ‘What we’re trying to do is
expand awareness (of climate change),’ said Stokes, who attended Gore’s
lecture Wednesday night. ‘(Climate change) is much more than an
environmental issue. It is, in fact, a crisis.’… The Climate Crisis Coalition
was founded in 2004. The mission, Stokes said, is to build a broad-based
coalition that can become an agent for change… Besides urging political
leaders nationwide to support the Kyoto agreement, Stokes and his
organization are constantly updating their CCC newsfeed. He said he tries
to put eight to 10 environmentally related stories on the CCC Web site daily.
‘You might think finding eight to 10 stories every day would be difficult,’ he
said. ‘The reality is that there are so many stories about climate change
worldwide, it’s tough to post only eight to ten.’ One of the more encouraging
things about the movement is that more and more individuals and organizations
are becoming concerned and involved…, Stokes said.”

For a link to the complete story, click here:
http://www.climatecrisiscoalition.org/blog/

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