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Green House Net Volunteer Speakers



A non-profit organization dedicated to public education about the science, economics and politics of global warming. Green House Network facilitates a national network of close to 100 climate education speakers who give talks on climate change, free of charge, throughout the nation.
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Address:
PMB 154 16869 SW 65th Ave
Lake Oswego , OR 97035
USA
Contact Person: Tanya Barham
Phone: 503-236-3612
E-Mail: help@greenhousenet.org
Website: http://www.greenhousenet.org/
   


Detailed Information:
Dear Earth Day Organizer:

My name is Tanya Barham I work for the Green House Network, a non-profit organization dedicated to public education about the science, economics and politics of global warming. (www.greenhousenet.org).

We facilitate a national network of close to 100 climate education speakers, who collectively, have given over 350 global warming talks on college and university campuses over the last two years. Our speakers network includes scientists, artists, clergy, academics and other concerned citizens residing all across the nation.

Our speakers are available to deliver public lectures or presentations on climate change free of charge. This would be an excellent opportunity to build awareness around climate change for Earth Day or any day. You can read speaker bios on our Web page at the following URL http://www.greenhousenet.org/

If you would be interested in hosting our speakers at presentations, rallies or public lectures, please let me know by replying to help@greenhousenet.org or calling me at the Green House Network (503-236-3612). If you are not interested, then I would appreciate it if you could pass the word to interested Earth Day organizers, environmental studies faculty, student leaders or interest groups.

This last year, 2001, was the second hottest in recorded history, surpassed only by 1998. Global warming is the dominant environmental issue of our time, and the Green House Network is committed to fostering serious public dialogue surrouding the issue.



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