Urgent Action to Save Cape Wind

Call on Congress to Save Cape Wind (866) 200-7070
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I wrote previously about a back-door deal in Congress that's threatening to destroy America's first offshore wind project. Already nearly 18,000 of you have recognized the urgency of this situation and taken action by writing and calling Congress. Thank you. But there's more to do and we can't stop now.

Click to see Ted play While you're paying $3.00 a gallon at the gas pump, Congress is secretly trying to kill big oil's competition, and only YOU can help us fight back.

Right now, the Senate holds the key to keeping offshore wind energy alive, so your senators need to hear from you TODAY.

Call toll-free 1-866-200-7070 right now, and we'll connect you instantly to your senators' offices, and provide you with any facts and figures you'll need to convince them to save the Cape Wind project.

Please, less than five minutes of your time could make a real difference in the future of renewable energy in our country, so take action.

After you've made the call, watch this great video by clicking here or the image on right, and pass it along to all your friends and family - ask them to make a call too.

Thank you for all you have done,

Kate Smolski
Clean Energy/Cape Wind Campaigner/ Greenpeace

P.S. We need all the help we can get, so please, forward this letter to every friend, family member, and co-worker you have, and ask them to take action too. There's no better way I can think of to celebrate Earth Day and make a real difference.

P.P.S. In case you missed it, below is the Google homepage during this Earth Day '06
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