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Bill Richardson to Address Green Tags Conference, Supports Cape Wind  

October 12-13, Manchester, NH, Radisson Hotel

While attending the Clean Air – Cool Planet’s Global Warming and Energy Solutions conference in Manchester later this week, Governor Bill Richardson (D-NM) will talk to New Hampshire voters about his plans to combat global warming.

Governor Richardson recently announced his support for Cape Wind, the renewable wind energy project slated for Nantucket Sound.

Clean Air-Cool Planet is the region’s leading organization dedicated to finding and promoting solutions to global warming. Clean Air-Cool Planet’s energy & climate solutions conference is the third since 2003. Clean Air – Cool Planet is a non-profit organization.

The Conference will focus attention on climate impacts, challenges and solutions – and to include or engage so many involved citizens and leaders – so close to the First-in-the-Nation Primary.

Governor of New Mexico and Democratic Presidential candidate Bill Richardson will address the General Session at 4PM on Friday.

“We must “Act Boldly and Act Now” in order to make America a Clean Energy Nation like I made New Mexico a Clean Energy State. Consider this a call to action, for Congress, the energy industry, and the public. I am calling for a New American Revolution – an energy and climate revolution.”

Attracting a national audience, the conference features keynote speakers Ralph Izzo, Bill McKibben, Berrien Moore, Jerome Ringo, Larry Schweiger and Christine Todd Whitman. Featured participants include Ian Bowles (Secretary for Energy and Environment – Massachusetts), Gary Hirshberg, Mark Huddleston, Robert Semple, and Congressman Tom Udall, and Susan Tierney.



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