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Saturday, January 09, 2010
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM

After AMP: The future of power in Ohio strategy meeting

This Thanksgiving brought good news for clean energy activists in Ohio. AMP decided not to go ahead with a new coal plant in Meigs County.

This decision has sent a clear message that coal in Ohio is not invincible, can be fought, and that victories over it are possible. This victory resets the entire coal question in Ohio.

Cleveland Climate Watch and the Cleveland Mountain Justice Project invite you to a meeting at the home of Randy Cunningham. The agenda is open, but the following topics certainly need to be addressed.

  • What is the impact of the AMP decision on coal politics in Ohio?
  • Where are we with getting Ohio senators to support the Appalachian Restoration Act?
  • What does the legislative calendar look like regarding coal issues in Ohio?
  • Where are we with climate legislation in the aftermath of Copenhagen, and the considerable hurdles still awaiting it in Congress?
  • Status report on such issues as Coal River.
For more information, to RSVP, and to suggest additional topics, please call Randy Cunningham at 216-631-3337 or randino@sbcglobal.net

This Thanksgiving brought good news for clean energy activists in Ohio. AMP decided not to go ahead with a new coal plant in Meigs County. This decision has sent a clear message that coal in Ohio is not invincible, can be fought, and that victories over it are possible. This victory resets the entire coal question in Ohio. Cleveland Climate Watch and the Cleveland Mountain Justice Project invite you to a meeting at the home of Randy Cunningham. The agenda is open, but the following topics certainly need to be addressed.
  • What is the impact of the AMP decision on coal politics in Ohio?
  • Where are we with getting Ohio senators to support the Appalachian Restoration Act?
  • What does the legislative calendar look like regarding coal issues in Ohio?
  • Where are we with climate legislation in the aftermath of Copenhagen, and the considerable hurdles still awaiting it in Congress?
  • Status report on such issues as Coal River.
For more information, to RSVP, and to suggest additional topics, please call Randy Cunningham at 216-631-3337 or randino@sbcglobal.net

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