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EPA does not create pollution, diet, a Bay State and the city is to determine the best way to obtain the necessary pollution reductions.

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In rural areas of intensive agriculture are actually set by Virginia to do more to reduce pollution in urban and suburban areas of the state.

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Hi! My room mate Starla and I (and possibly one more frenid if we can find a ride for her as well) live in the Dalhousie area of Halifax and need a lift to the bike tour! We're offering to help cover the cost of gas and some delicious munchies in return (we like to cook!)! Also, we can bike to meet you where ever you want to leave from!Thanks so much! You can reach me at (902) 240-6696.

I live downtown Halifax but can meet sneomoe anywhere the bus goes. It should help that I won't have a bike as I have permission to run the NS tour instead of bike it. Please email me at digitalcitizen at hotmail if you can offer me a ride and we can nail down the details. Thank you!

They are not concerned. Most gotnmnreevs -including ours are thinking about the quick buck to make them and their party look good and prosperous, even if they are mortgaging our, and our children's, future.We must demand LOCAL and small communities, jobs, currency, etc. if we are really concerned with what will happen in 5,10, 20 years. Your gov't wants to look good NOW. The other way to ensure that we take all costs into account, is to demand that your government, company, school, whatever use a TRIPLE-bottom line for evaluating the cost of something. Whatever you are seeking, buying, quoting, ask the REAL Environmental, Social, and Economic cost. The major trouble we have right now is that most people only worry about the $$ cost, not the real costs.

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