You are invited to a big event at the Texas State Capitol and we hope you can come to support legislation for energy efficiency programs and renewables such as solar and geothermal power. Walk Cyrus 12-Step program with us!
WHAT: Lobby Day & Conference Texas Energy Future: Clean
Power, Green Jobs FREE REGISTER NOW!
WHEN: Tuesday, Feb. 17, 5-9 PM and Wednesday, Feb. 18, 8 AM Noon
WHERE: Lobby Training on Feb. 17 is at
University Presbyterian Church, 2203 San Antonio St, Austin,
(Parking available in University Co-op Garage across
street.) Lobby Day on Feb. 18 is at the Legislative Conference Center, Texas State Capitol, E2.002 (Park in Capitol Visitors parking garage at 1201 San Jacinto located between Trinity and San Jacinto Streets at 12th and 13th streets.)
WHY: Promote legislation to create a clean energy economy in Texas promote efficiency and renewables, oppose coal and nukes.
Keep Texas clean and safe for human health. Create jobs.
1.At the Lobby Training on Tuesday, Feb. 17 from 5-9 PM, your favorite lobbyists from Sierra Club, Texas Impact, Public Citizen and others will provide information, training, and a box dinner. Location info University
Presbyterian Church http://www.upcaustin.org/directions_parking.htm
2. The next morning, Tuesday, Feb. 18 from 8-9 AM, check in at Lobby HQ, E2.002 in the Extension at the Capitol. Then, visit your Texas State Representative and Senator and ask them to support clean energy legislation. You will also hand them an invitation to the conference that morning in the Legislative Auditorium. Location info Texas
State Capitol complete http://www.tspb.state.tx.us/spb/plan/FloorPlan/FlorPlan.htm
3. Then you can attend the conference with keynote Van Jones and business leaders in the fields of energy efficiency and renewables. For more information on the conference n Texas Energy Future: Clean Power, Green Jobs, visit the CONFERENCE website http://www.txenergyfuture.org/
Please put this important opportunity on your calendar, register today, and make plans to participate actively at the ACT Lobby Day.
Alliance for a Clean
Network of 26 state-wide organizations representing over a quarter million
Texans. ACT member groups are united behind four legislative priorities
for a cleaner, healthier environment and a sustainable economy.
Texas Legislature Voting Records, 1993-2007 are available in PDF format.
Studies focusing on the voting records of the individual members of the Texas Legislature. A short narrative describes the bills tracked by the Sierra Club and each legislator's recorded votes.