U.S. Climate Emergency Council

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The U.S. Climate Emergency Council (USCEC) is a national, non-profit organization based in Washington, D.C. that supports rigorous grassroots action in the fight to stop global warming and promote a clean energy future. The group advocates for high miles-per-gallon hybrid cars, wind farms, solar houses, energy efficiency, and conservation through government, community, and individual action. [1]

Group details

Location: Takoma Park, MD
Group website: U.S. Climate Emergency Council
Contact: Email form on website

Resources

References

  1. About Us, USCEC website, accessed February 2008.

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