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Alec Baldwin, Kris Kristofferson Star In Repower America's Clean Air PSA

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Among Al Gore’s many eco-projects, Repower America stands as beacon of hope for a future in which environmentally-compromising policies and technologies are finally abandoned in favor of those that breathe new green life into our economy (while also ideally reversing the effects of global warming).

This movement to build a cleaner, greener energy future asks citizens to add their voice so that today’s lawmakers see that we mean business about kicking oil to the curb once and for all.

A new Repower America promo-video set to BlueBrain’s fantastic single “Restriction” and teeming with all sorts of everyday people as well as major entertainment personalities is designed to send home the message that every single one of us can make a difference by joining forces to support the Clean Air Act.

From comedian Margaret Cho, OK Go, A Fine Frenzy and The Flaming LipsWayne Coyne to actor Kris Kristofferson, Alec Baldwin and Blues Traveler’s John Popper, they remind us that every day we continue to remain silent, big oil and massive corporations will forge ahead by targeting, nit-picking and ultimately weakening clean air regulations so they can enjoy fewer or no financial penalties when they release greenhouse gases into our atmosphere.

Ahem…that’s the very same air that all of us breathe. Yup, time to speak up. Please take a few moments to read up on the specifics of the Clean Air Act (knowledge is power) and add your name/voice to Repower America’s movement!

Via Examiner & This Dish Is Veg

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