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Re: Safe ANWR

Subject: Re: Safe ANWR
From: "Bernie Krause" bigchirp1
Date: Wed Nov 5, 2008 9:03 am ((PST))
Just remember ol' bean, now the real work begins. We all gotta get  
directly and intimately involved in issues that we hold near and dear.  
There's just too much destruction and deconstruction over the past  
three decades to overcome and to hold one person responsible for.
For those who wish to address the ArcticNWR, for instance, perhaps  
it's time to form a pro-active team, create a protection model based  
on our particular area of expertise, and present it and ourselves to  
the administration as a responsible group to lead the way. If there  
are other issues we wish to address re the natural soundscape effort:  
ditto. Anyone got any thoughts?


On Nov 5, 2008, at 8:48 AM, Martyn Stewart wrote:

> To my delight, last night has eased the sickness i've had in my
> stomach for the last 8 years regarding drilling in the Arctic refuge,
> It feels great not having to keep looking over your shoulder every-
> time a proposal in the House and Senate included drilling in the  
> refuge.
> The animals thank you!
> Martyn
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