AGAINST CAP AND TRADE? Here Is Your List.......

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The Center for American Progress published a list of 100 organizations that support cap-and-trade.

 They are asking that you boycott the following companies that Support the cap and trade Bill.....

        

Well there goes my Starbucks for breakfast and my Pepsi and Coca Cola for Lunch.. and darn no more wearing Levi Strauss and Niki's...... or pampering my self with Johnson and Johnson Baby Lotion after a hard day of cleaning with vinegar and water because Dow chemicals are out..

and so much for driving Ford. GM or Chysler products or filling the tank with Shell or Conoco Phillips.. and certainly no more Googling on my Hewlett Packard Computer and Newsweek too ....OMG...

                                   

But here is the real kicker... Whatever will we all do on Sundays?  We are to BOYCOTT.. Catholic, Evangelical. Lutheran. Episcopalian, BAPTIST, Jewish and all Churches associated with The  National Council of Churches...

Seems that in order  to keep the Bill from being passed we need to be willing to Leave The Lord to worship alone...

Wow all this and more to  BOYCOTT  the Cap and Trade Bill...

Still willing to sign on? and if so do you promise to boycott all those 100 things on the list to support your cause?

 

BOYCOTT TARGETS

  • BP America
    Lamar McKay, President
    630-420-5111

  • Businessweek
    Keith Fox, President
    212.512.2511

  • Clif Bar
    Gary Erickson, President
    510-859-2283

  • Coca-Cola
    Alexander Douglas, President N. America
    404-676-2121

  • Chrysler
    Sergio Marchionne, CEO
    800-992-1997

  • e-Bay
    John Donohoe, President
    800-322-9266

  • Ford Motor Company
    William Ford, Chairman
    800-392-3673

  • Gap Inc.
    Glenn Murphy, CEO
    650-952-4400

  • General Electric
    Jeffrey Immelt, CEO
    203-373-2211

  • General Motors
    Fredrick Henderson, CEO
    313-667-5000

  • Google
    Brent Callinicos, Vice President
    650-253-0000

  • Hewlett Packard
    Mark Hurd, President
    650-857-1501

  • Johnson & Johnson
    William Weldon, CEO
    732-524-0400

  • Levis Strauss & Co.
    John Anderson, President
    415-501-4373

  • Newsweek
    Tom Ascheim, CEO
    212-445-5245

  • Nike
    Mark Parker, President
    212-367-4447

  • PepsiCo
    Indra Nooyi, CEO
    914-253-2000

  • Starbucks
    Howard Schultz, CEO
    206-447-1575

  • Timberland
    Jeffrey B. Swartz, President
    603-773-1212

 

 

 

Center for American Progress List

ELECTRIC UTILITIES AND ENERGY COMPANIES

  • Austin Energy
  • Avista
  • ConEdison
  • Constellation Energy
  • Duke Energy
  • Edison Electric Institute
  • Entergy
  • Exelon
  • FPL Group
  • National Grid
  • NRG Energy Inc.
  • PG&E Corporation
  • PNM Resources
  • PSE+G
  • Renewable Fuels Assn.

MANUFACTURING, INDUSTRY AND CORPORATE

  • Alcoa
  • Alstom Power
  • Applied Materials
  • Aspen/Snowmass
  • BluewaterWind
  • BP Solar
  • Business Council on Sustainable Energy
  • Calpine Corp.
  • Clif Bar
  • Dow Chemical
  • Dow Corning
  • eBay
  • GE
  • Genpower
  • HP
  • John Deere
  • Johnson & Johnson
  • Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Buyers
  • Levi Strauss
  • National Semiconductor
  • Nike
  • Rio Tinto
  • Seventh Generation
  • Siemens
  • Solar Power Industries
  • Starbucks
  • Symantec

LABOR

  • Boilermakers
  • Building and Construction Trades
  • Communications Workers
  • Laborers International
  • Services Employees
  • Steelworkers
  • Utilities Workers Union

FARM AND AGRICULTURE

  • American Farmland Trust
  • Growth Energy
  • National Farmers Union

COMMUNITY, FAITH AND ENVIRONMENT

  • American Chemical Society
  • American Institute of Architects
  • American Public Health Association
  • American Rivers
  • Baptist Pastors and Theologians
  • CARE
  • Catholic Relief Services
  • Center for American Progress
  • Clean Water Action
  • Climate Communities/ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability USA
  • Defenders of Wildlife
  • Earthjustice
  • Environment America
  • Environmental Defense Fund
  • Evangelical Climate Initiative
  • Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
  • HipHop Caucus
  • International Forum on Globalization
  • Izaak Walton League of America
  • Jewish Council for Public Affairs
  • Latino Coalition
  • League of Conservation Voters
  • League of Women Voters
  • National Assn. of Clean Air Agencies
  • National Audubon Society
  • National Congress of American Indians
  • National Council of Churches
  • National Parks Conservation Assn.
  • National Resource Defense Council
  • National Wildlife Federation
  • Oxfam Oceana
  • Pew Center on Global Climate Change
  • Pew Environment Group
  • Physicians for Social Responsibility
  • Renewable Fuels Assn.
  • Sierra Club
  • The Episcopal Church
  • The Nature Conservancy
  • The Wilderness Society
  • Trout Unlimited
  • U.S. Conference of Mayors
  • Union of Concerned Scientists
  • United Methodist Church-General Board of Church & Society
  • United Nations Foundation
  • United States Conf. of Catholic Bishops
  • Woods Hole Research Center/20 eminent scientists and leaders
  • World Resources Institute
  • World Wildlife Fund

 

  • AES
  • Alcoa
  • Alstom
  • Boston Scientific Corporation
  • BP America
  • Caterpillar
  • Chrysler
  • ConocoPhillips
  • Deere & Company
  • The Dow Chemical Company
  • Duke Energy
  • DuPont
  • Environmental Defense Fund
  • Exelon Corporation
  • Ford Motor Company
  • FPL Group
  • General Electric
  • General Motors Corporation
  • Johnson & Johnson
  • Natural Resources Defense Council
  • The Nature Conservancy
  • NRG Energy
  • PepsiCo
  • Pew Center on Global Climate Change
  • PG&E Corporation
  • PNM Resources
  • Rio Tinto
  • Shell
  • Siemens Corporation
  • World Resources Institute
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    Hopenhagen Sponsors

    • 2ergo

    • A&E TV

    • Ad Council

    • AdForum

    • Advertising Week

    • Alex Tehrani (Photographer)

    • AOL

    • Art Info

    • Biography

    • Business India

    • Business Insider

    • Business Week

    • Buzz Logic

    • Christian Weber (Photographer)

    • Citadel Media

    • Clang (Photographer)

    • Clear Channel

    • Climate One

    • Coca-Cola

    • Colle + McVoy

    • Corbis

    • CosmoGirl

    • Cosmopolitan

    • Danish Foreign Ministry

    • DART

    • Discovery Channel

    • Earth Hour

    • EcoSeed

    • EuroNews

    • Eventful

    • Everyday Health

    • Flavor Pill

    • Gawker

    • Getty

    • Global Observatory

    • Good Magazine

    • Google

    • Grub Street

    • Health Central

    • History

    • Huffington Post

    • IAC

    • ICUC

    • IGN

    • ICP

    • International Advertising Association

    • International Herald Tribune

    • Internationalist

    • JCDecaux

    • Joachim Ladefoged (Photographer)

    • Ketchum

    • Kinetic Worldwide

    • Marge Ely c/o Gallery Stock

    • MDC Partners

    • Menu Pages

    • MLB

    • Mother Jones

    • MPG

    • National Geographic

    • National Geographic Stock

    • Natural Capitalism Solutions

    • Natural History

    • Neo@Ogilvy

    • Newsweek

    • NY Mag

    • Ogilvy

    • Pandora

    • Paul Davis (Illustrator)

    • Presidential Climate Action Project

    • Real Simple

    • Redworks

    • SAP

    • Scientific American

    • Seventeen

    • Siemens

    • Stefan Ruiz (Photographer)

    • SustainLane Media

    • TakePart

    • Text Appeal

    • The City of Copenhagen

    • The Economist

    • The Financial Times

    • The Wall Street Journal

    • Thomson Reuters

    • Treehugger

    • Tribal Fusion

    • T-sign Studios

    • Vibrant Media

    • Warner Bros Digital Media

    • Washington Monthly

    • Zazengo

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    Here I go again, I don't drink Coca Cola because it is poison to your body. I don't drink Coffee or alcohol so Starbucks is a non issue for me. 

    I don't belong to any unions or community organizing groups. i drive a Mercedes and plan to keep my car so I won't be going into any auto dealers. I don't support any Dow products because they use toxins that are not good for my body. I also find it hypocritical of them to tout the green thing while they poison people. I don't support Proctor and Gamble for the same reasons. Don't use any of their products.  I rarely go shopping for things I don't need and then I try to produce what we can ourselves. 

    I am sure there might be some  I don't have a choice of, yet, like FPL- they are our electric company but we don't have any competition to choose. 

    The one I disgust and refuse to ever buy from is GE- they are the biggest hypocrites and are in bed with the Congress and White House. They have gotten the public and congress to buy their bull. Like their stupid light bulb which contains mercury and is not even healthy for you. GE products- never find them in my house! I have not bought from them in years. Katerina 

    December 02, 2009 10:13 PM
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    Linda,

    I justed posted an item on global warming. It's a fraud.

    December 03, 2009 12:04 AM
    Rainer
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    Chris Brunner
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    Check it out, even India says NO WAY to cap and trade.  They know it will stiffle their industry.

    http://www.reuters.com/article/hotStocksNews/idUSDEB00309720091203

    December 04, 2009 11:26 AM
    Rainer
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    Linda Mae Croom
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    Chris thank you for the link ... here is the article from reuters for those interested.....

     

    The 7 December-18 December UN talks in Denmark are aimed at settling a legally binding global deal after arguments between rich and poor nations about who should cut emissions, by how much and who should pay.

    "There is no question of India accepting a legally binding emission reduction cut," Ramesh told parliament, laying out New Delhi's negotiating position ahead of the talks.

    He said India would accept international verification of reductions if supported by financial and technology transfers.

    Negotiations have run out of time but there are still hopes that a substantive political pact can be agreed at the meeting instead.

    "We are going to Copenhagen ... prepared to be flexible," Ramesh said."

    Any one know what this means?  What might they do?

    December 04, 2009 09:03 PM
    Rainer
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    Dan Sanley

    Linda Mae:  Excellent post, as always.  I am not willing to boycott anyone except maybe not buy any goods that are manufactured in China, and that is becoming impossible.  Even our food is coming from there now.  I don't like Cap and Trade, but I am all for having a level playing field that all countries abide by the same rules, else we unfairly punish our own country's companies.

    Cheri, please see my post on North America is Cooling.  It may explain the snow in Texas and why we still have global warming.  BTW thanks for what you are doing for the environment.  If everyone could be like you.  (Vinegar is magic stuff, kills bacteria)

    I disagree with everyone who says there is no global warming, the evidence is overwhelming and right in front of us.  I disagree with those who say it is a fraud.  I do, however, believe there are those who have gone to extremes.  We must balance cost with common sense and not become hysterical on either side of the issue.  I believe we don't know "all" the reasons for the causes. 

    People are skeptical because all the evidence seems to point one direction, and there doesn't seem to be a counterbalance to the arguments for warming.  The next point is that no one likes "fear mongering".  People don't want added stress in their lives.  It is easiest to deny and ignore it.  Plus there are those who think this is going too far and is overkill.  Climate change is being blamed for every normal weather event or specific famines and droughts.  Some country leaders are blaming all of their problems in governance to "climate change".  Yeah, sure!  People are just tired of the hype.

    December 07, 2009 02:01 PM
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