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Saturday, January 30, 2010

Sunday: Vets for Climate Change Event in Albuquerque with Sen. Tom Udall

From Clean Energy Works:
Join us for the Albuquerque stop on the National Veterans for American Power Tour. Veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are touring the country, speaking about how we can increase our energy independence and strengthen our national security by transitioning to clean, domestic sources of energy.

The event will take place on Sunday, January 31, 2010 from 1:00 to 2:00 PM at the VFW Post 401, located at 2011 Girard Boulevard SE in Albuquerque. Click for flyer (pdf).

U.S. Senator Tom udall will be a featured speaker at the rally.

Coming-Las Cruces & Roswell Stops: The bus tour stopped at the Farmer's Market in Santa Fe today, for a press event moderated by State Rep. Mimi Stewart. It will also stop at the VFW Post in Las Cruces on at 1:00 PM on February 1 and hold an event moderated by staff from Congressman Harry Teague's office. On February 2, the bus will visit Roswell for a 6:00 PM Meet and Greet at the VFW Post. Click for more information.

The national tour is sponsored by Operation Free, a coalition of veterans and national security organizations that recognize that climate change and our dependence on fossil fuels pose serious threats to US national security.

“There's no fight more important than putting America in control of its own future by creating clean energy that's produced right here in America. That's why we're travel ing the country - and coming to your town - to spread the message, rally supporters, and ultimately strengthen American security.” Follow the tour at www.operationfree.net/on-the-bus.

For questions or more information, please contact Kim McMurray, Clean Energy Works (505) 254-4819.

January 30, 2010 at 12:18 PM in Energy, Events, National Security, Sen. Tom Udall | Permalink

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