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January 20, 2007

"Stop Global Warming"

Los Angeles, CA

Laurie David
Environmentalist & Producer

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Laurie David


Part 1A. How did you get interested in "global warming"? What do you hope to accomplish with your virtual campaign? In addition to being an environmental activist, tells us about your work as a television and film producer.

Part 1B.
What do you think the outcomes will be of your many environmental efforts? How did you hit on the idea of a "virtual march" to stop global warming?

Part 1C.
What do you think corporations should do about global warming and what will they do? What are you doing next? How can people get their elected officials and legislators to pay attention to global warming?

: Laurie David, Environmentalist & Producer, Los Angeles, CA

Date & Length: February 1, 2007; Part 1A - 194 secs, Part 1B - 249 secs, Part 1C - 296 secs
Keywords: Global warming,
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Subject: Stop Global Warming College Tour Kicks Off

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Stop Global Warming Virtual March

Stop Global Warming College Tour

The Stop Global Warming College Tour kicks off today April 9th at Southern Methodist University (SMU) in Dallas, Texas. Over the next two weeks, singer-song writer Sheryl Crow and I will visit ten universities across the Southeastern United States in a bio-diesel bus, urging students to join the movement to stop global warming. History proves college students have the ability to be the driving force in large-scale social change and now -- more than ever -- is the time for students across the country to become global warming activists.

The tour will conclude on April 22nd, 2007 at the George Washington University Smith Center where special guests, including Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Carole King and Robert Kennedy Jr., will join us for a celebration of Earth Day. The following day, Sheryl Crow & I will deliver the clear, resounding message of millions of Americans - from those we meet on the road and those who have joined the virtual march - directly to the halls of Congress: Americans want immediate action to freeze and then reduce carbon emissions.

The tour schedule is as follows:

  • Monday 4/9: Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas, McFarlin Auditorium, 8pm
  • Tuesday 4/10: Texas A&M, College Station, Texas, Rudder Arena, 7:30pm
  • Wednesday 4/11: Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA, LSU Union Theater, 7:30pm
  • Thursday 4/12: Loyola University, New Orleans, LA, Republic New Orleans, 8pm
  • Friday 4/13: University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL, Bartow Arena, 7:30pm
  • Monday 4/16: University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, Stephen O'Connell Center, 7:30pm
  • Tuesday 4/17: Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, TN, Murphy Center, 7:30pm
  • Wednesday 4/18: Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, Life Center Ballroom, 7:30pm
  • Thursday 4/19: University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, Charlottesville Pavilion, 7:30pm
  • Saturday 4/21: University of Maryland, College Park, MD, Cole Field House, 1pm
  • Sunday 4/22: George Washington University, Washington, DC, The Smith Center, 4pm

We are proud to be partnering with MSN on a new site that uses rich media and in-depth information to extend the Stop Global Warming Virtual March to the MSN network of 465 million users. The site at will provide daily coverage of the Stop Global Warming College Tour and posts from an embedded blogger and solutions that consumers can use to combat global warming. Tune in to Danielle Lurie's College Tour space on MSN. She's got a front row seat on the bus.

CLICK HERE to visit

Last Friday's stark UN panel report was the strongest assessment yet of the threat of global warming, predicting water shortages that could affect billions of people and a rise in ocean levels that could go on for centuries. According to the Los Angeles Times, scientists involved in the report have voiced concern that the analysis isn't strong enough.

CLICK HERE for more on the UN panel report

In a sweeping 5-4 decision last week, the Supreme Court declared that the Clean Air Act gives the Environmental Protection Agency the authority to regulate global warming causing emissions from cars. In the wake of this historic Supreme Court ruling authorizing the EPA to take on global warming, we encourage all marchers to send a message to the EPA and Administrator Stephen Johnson urging them to do their job and join the movement to stop global warming.

Stephen Johnson
USEPA Headquarters
Ariel Rios Building
1200 Pennsylvania Avenue, N. W.
Mail Code: 1101A
Washington, DC 20460

CLICK HERE for more on the Supreme Court ruling

Green Issues

Check out the May "green issues" from both Vanity Fair and ELLE Magazine, on newsstands now. Vanity Fair features virtual marcher Leonardo DiCaprio and polar bear cub Knut. The second annual green issue of ELLE magazine, in addition to having great articles, is printed on post-consumer recycled paper. A huge accomplishment for a fashion magazine. We are grateful for their support of the issue and the Stop Global Warming College Tour.

Keep Marching!

Signing off from the road,

Laurie David

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