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Saturday Jul 19, 2008

Netroots Nation: The Future of Enviro Blogging

After attending two panels on environment and energy activism online, I interviewed several panelists about what bloggers can do to help frame environmental issues and move the debate forward.

Energize America's Mark Sumner and A Siegel both discussed how bloggers can participate in both drafting and advancing clean energy legislation.

Mark Sumner

A Siegel

And Natasha Chart of MyDD, Open Left and Pacific Views talked about how bloggers make environmental issues more accessible both inside and outside the blogosphere.

Posted by Bill Scher on Jul 19, 2008 email post email Spotlight / / You are in Environment
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