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Tell President Obama and the US DOT to stop oil trains carrying diluted tar sands and fracked shale oil from the Bakken formation—both are more toxic, more explosive, and more carbon-intensive than conventional crude.

Florida PSR Social/Fundraiser

October 3, 2012
Temple Terrace, Florida

Time: 6:00 - 8:00 pm
Location:
The home of Dr. Charles & Dee Mahan

Social/Fundraiser hosted by Dr. Charles & Dee Mahan, at their Temple Terrace home, in support of the USF Dean's Lecture and Fourth Annual T. Terrell Sessums Award, co-sponsored by USF College of Public Health and PSR/Florida

Visit with the author of “HOT, Living Through the Next 50 Years on Earth,” Mark Hertsgaard, and the national Executive Director of Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR), Catherine Thomasson, M.D.

The Award is named in honor of T. Terrell Sessums, Esquire for his years of dedicated public service, strong environmental stewardship, and leadership that has made Tampa Bay and all of Florida a better place in which to live for all of us. 

Suggested donation: $50

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  • Tell President Obama: Ban Oil Trains

    Tell President Obama and the US DOT to stop oil trains carrying diluted tar sands and fracked shale oil from the Bakken formation—both are more toxic, more explosive, and more carbon-intensive than conventional crude.

  • Tell EPA: Public Health needs a strong Haze Rule

    The EPA must improve the Regional Haze Rule so polluters are held accountable and everyone can experience healthy air at our national parks and wilderness areas.

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