Vote for Oil Independence

Oceana.org is proposing a plan to reduce oil consumption, and virtually eliminate off-shore drilling and oil imports from the Persian Gulf by 2035. They are one of three finalists for a $10,000 prize, to be awarded by SACE – Southern Alliance for Clean Energy. You can read all the proposals, watch their presentations, and cast your vote here. You don’t need to live in the Southern U.S. to vote, this will affect us ALL.

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It’s time for the United States to have a strong vision to move to a clean energy economy. And we have a plan that can help make that happen.

The Southern Alliance for Clean Energy is hosting the Clean Energy Gulf Challenge and Oceana is one of three finalists. Oceana Vision 2020 aims to eliminate the need for offshore oil drilling and oil imports from the Persian Gulf while moving towards cleaner energy solutions.

We need your votes to win – make sure to check out our plan and vote by July 13 »

Oceana’s Plan for Cleaner Energy »

Oceana is one of three finalists who have a chance to win $10,000 for our clean energy plan. Vote for us today and for a cleaner energy future.

Vote Today
Please help spread the word – we want to share our plan with as many people as possible. After you vote, forward this email to 5 friends so they can vote, too.

We are excited about our cleaner energy plan and believe it will provide a strong direction for achieving energy independence. So make sure to check it out and vote.

For the oceans,
Simon Mahan
Campaign Analyst
Oceana

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Writer of vampire stories and science fiction. Currently prepping a vampire novel for submission. If you like a vampire you can go out drinking with and still respect yourself in the morning, I think you'd like Andrej.
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