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  1. Cara Kessler says:

    I am interested in leasing the rooftops of my mini storage facility for solar energy. We are located in Florida, and I have been having a problem making contacts that are not salesmen for solar panel outfits.
    Any suggestions? Thanking you in advance.

    Cara Kessler

  2. The Federal 1603 ITC Grant program expires on December 31, 2011. Sol Haven Fund was established to assist companies in securing funding for solar PV projects. Sol Haven will determine if a project can be safe harbored and has the capacity to safe harbor up to $400 million in solar PV projects through the end of 2011. Let folks know that they need to protect their project and credibility by securing funding now so their projects can be completed in 2012.

  3. my name is Rachel St.Pierre. I’m a 23 year photographer and was wondering if you would be able and willing to use any of my wildlife/nature photos on your web site to help me advertise and get my name out there you can see my photos on my web site or on face book at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Earth-Child-Photography/248509188507177 Please get back to me eather way and thank you for your time.

  4. alon says:

    Hello, do you want to import some eco-friendly bags from China? We are a manufacturer of this field in China, covering many kinds of bags, such as: cooler bags, lunch bags, wine bags, and etc. our products are cheap and with top quality.
    Why not have a try?

    Waiting for you.

    Best regards,
    Alon

  5. Rowen says:

    Hello my name is rowen and i am in grade seven at st.josephs school i am doin a report on human footprints and i am doing it on the gulf oil spill. i was wondering if i could use on of your fabulous pictures for my project, i would like to use the one of the bird covered in oil being held by someone. I will put your website on my bibliography and this project will not be presented by anyone but my science class. please get back to me quickly because this project is due SOON thanks!

  6. Stephanie says:

    Yes – good luck on your project!

  7. Prosanta Chakrabarty says:

    Do you mind if we use your image of Gulf coral reefs on this page as part of a public exhibit at LSU?

    http://www.peachygreen.com/going-green/coral-reefs-in-gulf-of-mexico-threatened-by-bp-oil-spill

  8. Matt Hibbeln says:

    Ed Wenck (The WIBC Afternoon News, Indianapolis) would like to speak with someone from Peachy Green about the environmental impact of the Super Bowl. You did a similar piece last year, but with the game being in our city this year, we were hoping to speak with someone on the phone. It will just take about 5 minutes. Please let me know if someone is available. I am grateful for your time and look forward to hearing from you.
    Matt Hibbeln, Executive Producer, 93WIBC, Indianapolis
    317/684-8733
    matt@wibc.com

  9. Emma Garten says:

    Hi there,

    Rudi’s Organic Bakery wants to send you something special—a little February love if you will. Can you please provide your mailing address and phone number?

    Thanks,

    Emma
    On behalf of Rudi’s Organic Bakery

  10. Drew James says:

    Hello–

    I was wondering if Peachy Green accepts guest posts. If so, I would be interested in contributing an article on eco-friendly wood flooring options. My article would be 100% original, unique, and only published on your site.

    Let me know if you’re interested, and I can start working on your content immediately!

    Best,
    Drew

  11. Stephanie says:

    Hi Drew,

    Yes, we will accept original guest posts of high quality. I will email you to discuss further. Best, Stephanie

  12. Meg Rowley says:

    Hello Elisabeth,

    This Friday, February 10th, Jaime, an 11-year-old and member of the Navajo Nation, will go to court to for an important hearing to determine whether the public will have a chance to hear her case against the state of Arizona and Governor Jan Brewer for failing to develop and implement an environmental plan that would successfully curb Carbon Dioxide emissions.

    Jamie is part of the nation-wide iMatter Trust Campaign, which saw youth plaintiffs launch legal actions in 49 states, the District of Columbia and in the federal courts. To document her plight and others, WITNESS, an international nonprofit organization that uses video to expose human rights abuses, has partnered with Our Children’s Trust, the iMatter Campaign and students from Montana State University’s MFA in Science and Natural History Filmmaking program to co-produce videos about Jaime’s and other youths’ experiences with and reactions to climate change.

    Please click here to see the short video produced by WITNESS that documents Jaime’s struggle with climate change on her reservation in Cameron.

    In addition, I hope you might be interested in developing a piece on Jaime and the campaign. If so, I could set you up for an interview with Jaime or her attorney.

    I would be happy discuss further and provide any additional information you might need, such as more information about the plaintiffs, or a campaign background sheet.

    I look forward to hearing from you.

    With best wishes,
    Meg

    Media Advisory

    Contacts: Pete Frost 541-359-3238 Attorney for Plaintiff
    Julia Olson 415-786-4825 Our Children’s Trust

    Judge Mark Brain Will Hear Climate Change Case Filed by Youth in Phoenix on Friday

    WHAT: Court Hearing on the State defendants’ Motion to Dismiss the Atmospheric Trust Litigation case (Jaime Lynn Butler, et al. v. Janice Brewer, et al.; Case No. CV-2011-010106) filed by Arizona youth impacted by climate change and concerned about her state’s failure to protect critical resources under a scientifically viable climate recovery plan.

    Spokespeople will be available to answer questions after the hearing.

    WHEN: Friday, February 10 at 2:00 p.m. Mountain Standard Time

    WHERE: Maricopa County Courthouse, East Court Building, STE 814
    Judge Mark Brain
    201 W Jefferson St. #4, Phoenix, AZ 85003

    WHY: Attorney for the plaintiff, Pete Frost, will appear before Judge Brain and argue that the case should not be dismissed and that 11-year-old Arizonan, Jaime Lynn Butler, should have a chance to state her case for a climate recovery plan in Arizona. Jaime asks not for financial reparations but for the Court to force the state to develop a plan for protecting its critical but vulnerable natural resources for future generations.

    The Arizona lawsuit is part of one of the most remarkable climate litigation strategies to date. The strategy was launched on May 4, 2011 as part of the international iMatter Trust Campaign, in which youth plaintiffs filed legal actions in 49 states and the District of Columbia in addition to a federal lawsuit. The objective of the campaign is to require governments to develop and implement plans to protect and restore the atmosphere, a resource protected by the public trust doctrine.

    To watch the short documentary about Jaime’s story, TRUST Arizona,* or to find out more about why youth across the country are taking legal action to compel their governments to protect the atmosphere and adopt scientifically viable greenhouse gas emissions reductions plans, visit: http://www.ourchildrenstrust.org.

    WHO: Available for comment or interview is:
    • Jaime Lynn Butler, youth plaintiff
    • Jamescita Peshlakai, youth plaintiff’s mother
    • Pete Frost, attorney for the plaintiffs

    *TRUST Arizona can be embedded within any coverage.

  13. Our message is a little unusual: Don’t recycle.

    Because of the energy needed to extract heavy metals, recycling non-rechargeable batteries is not a viable solution. And yet, ordinary, disposable batteries are used everywhere: in flashlights, video game controllers, toys, and a host of gadgets. 10 million alkaline batteries are produced yearly. Most of them end up in landfills.

    Thanks to the SecondWind, “non-rechargeable” batteries can now be safely recharged and reused. The SecondWind is an EnergyStar-qualified device that uses state-of-the-art technology to recharge AA and AAA alkaline batteries. Batteries recharge within 90 minutes and can be reused dozens of times.

    Let me know if you would like more information on SecondWind or visit SecondWindUSA.com.

  14. Barbara Trainor says:

    Am interested in your Best Eco Friendly Toys as displayed on this site. Is there a catalog I could get or how can I order some of these toys.
    Thank you
    Barbara Trainor
    Craftyus@aol.com

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