4 Dec 2008
Anti Obama protest on saturday?
"We're very excited about the new administration coming in and what that means for Cleantech in general, and biofuels in particular. In fact when Barack Obama mentions biodiesel by name, that's great for us," said BioFuelBox CEO Steve Perricone.
Could Obama be worse than Bush, kinda of acceptable nice face of the rush to catastrophe....he certainly seems very keen on biofuels...any way on to business.
On Saturday, 6th December, we are organising a joint agrofuel protest
outside the Greenergy office in High Holborn, together with Campaign
Against Climate Change and Food not Fuel (London).
This will be part of the Climate Bike Ride
(www.campaigncc.org/bikeride.shtml)which precedes the National Climate
March in London (www.campaigncc.org).
We will be meeting outside the Greenergy International office at 198
Holburn Street at 10.15 am, with banners and placards to greet the
cyclists. Greenergy describe themselves as the UK's biggest biofuel
supplier. Earlier this year, Greenpeace had a sample of Greenergy
biodiesel analysed and found that 70% came from soya and 30% from palm
After the protest, we will join the Climate March. Please come along if
you can and let others know about the event by circulating this message
around your lists. Your help here makes a real difference to the success
of this event. Many thanks.
The Biofuelwatch Team
1. There will be a separate Scottish Climate March on the same day as the
London Climate March. If you live in Scotland, see
www.scottishclimatemarch.info/ for more information.
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