To Drive Positive Change, Tree Huggers Have To Hybridize With Tea Partiers & Break Political Taboos

September 15, 2011 by  
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Taboo Hybrid Tea Rose Image credit: Flickr, Nieve44/La Luz Tea Party leaders began political life with claims they better than any other party could best augur the meaning of political vanity publications on Al Gore’s Internets. A broader f=grass roots movement that recognizes the value of science and also is willing break today’s political taboos by angrily speaking up could help create a new future for America. I’m not talking about a simple fusion of Greens and Tea Party types because that wouldn’t attract more than be a small slice of all American vote… Read the full story on TreeHugger

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To Drive Positive Change, Tree Huggers Have To Hybridize With Tea Partiers & Break Political Taboos

Quote of the Day: "I’m Beginning to Really Hate Eco-Bling"

September 15, 2011 by  
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Image credit Andrew Hill Carl Seville, the Green Curmudgeon, scores again with his comments about what I call green gizmo design and he calls eco-bling, describing his “frustration with people’s attachment to putting cool “stuff” on their buildings before making sure that those buildings actually operate well.” … Read the full story on TreeHugger

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Quote of the Day: "I’m Beginning to Really Hate Eco-Bling"

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