[permaculture] Boulder man faces $2000 fine/day for guerilla gardenfencing - it will b an interesting outcome (Trudie Redding)

J. Kolenovsky garden at hal-pc.org
Sat Jul 12 17:22:42 EDT 2008


Trudie,

This is America. Everyone can believe however they choose to believe.
If the movie didn't fluff your skirt, that's fine. Some will and some
won't. Others may not feel the same way.


The book is by Fred Krupp and Miriam Horn. Al Gore is closely allied
with Fred and Miriam.

Fred Krupp
President

New York, NY Office

Work
In his 23 years as head of Environmental Defense Fund, Fred Krupp has
overseen the growth of EDF from a small nonprofit with budget of $3
million into a recognized worldwide leader in the environmental
movement. Under his direction, EDF's full-time staff has increased from
50 to 400, membership has expanded from 40,000 to more than 500,000 and
new offices have opened in Raleigh, Austin, Boston, Sacramento and
Beijing, China. 

Krupp is widely recognized as the foremost champion of harnessing market
forces for environmental ends, such as the market-based acid rain
reduction plan in the 1990 Clean Air Act that The Economist hailed as
"the greatest green success story of the past decade." Today, this
approach has become the leading model for solving the problem of global
warming. 

Krupp broke new ground by engaging American companies to lessen their
impact on the environment. Strategic partnerships with McDonald's,
FedEx, and DuPont, among others, have resulted in the elimination of
millions of pounds of waste, the adoption of hybrid delivery vehicles,
and an accord to reduce the environmental risks of nanotechnology.

He also helped launch a corporate coalition, the U.S. Climate Action
Partnership, whose Fortune 500 members-Alcoa, BP, Caterpillar, GE and
dozens more-have called for strict limits on global warming pollution.
The New York Times says, "Krupp has made a career of successfully
pushing companies to make tough environmental changes." (Environmental
Defense Fund accepts no payments or contributions from its partners.) 


Krupp is coauthor, with Miriam Horn, of New York Times Best Seller,
Earth: The Sequel - The Race to Reinvent Energy and Stop Global Warming,
published in March 2008 by W.W. Norton. The book offers a
behind-the-scenes look at the inventors and entrepreneurs developing new
clean-energy technologies that could transform the multi-trillion-dollar
world energy economy and solve global warming.

Background
Educated at Yale and the University of Michigan Law School, Fred Krupp
lives with his family in Connecticut. An avid rower, he won a gold medal
in the 2006 world rowing championship sponsored by FISA, the
international rowing federation. He was recently profiled in The Wall
Street Journal and The New Republic and last year was among 16 people
named America's Best Leaders by U.S. News and World Report.


-- 
J. Kolenovsky
Peak Oil and Co2 
is changing our life-style. 
http://www.energybulletin.net/.
http://www.theoildrum.com/. See movie: 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YCMi1xJ30g4
            



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