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November 25, 2009

Your Clean Energy Story!

The Thanksgiving holiday is a great time to share stories.  My favorite radio program, National Public Radio’s Story Corps Project, is hosting a National Day of Listening this Friday, November 27th.  They are encouraging people to sit down, interview family members, and record their responses.  The Sierra Club is also providing a way for you to collect stories – American Clean Energy Stories! 

There are a number of ways to get involved.  You can share your own clean energy story, or collect stories from your community.   

Want to see examples of other people's stories?  Check out these videos on YouTube.  See if you can find mine!

Another great Turkey Day tool is Sierra Club's Holiday Survival Guide.  This guide has advice on how to talk to your family members about the environment.  You will find ready responses to predictable dinner-table arguments.  This year you may even win some!   

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