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PSR Joins Environmental Groups to Put Forward Seven Guiding Principles for a New Energy Policy

October 23, 2007

Immediate Release
October 23, 2007

Contact: Will Callaway
202-667-4260

(Washington, DC) -- Recognizing the serious public health threat of global warming, PSR calls for mandatory, economy wide controls on greenhouse gases and comprehensive reforms in U.S. energy policy. Today, PSR joined the Sierra Club, U.S. PIRG and the National Audubon Society to launch a new ad that lays out seven key principles for new global warming and energy policies that will put the country on the path to a clean energy future. To view the ad, click here (PDF). 

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