Apollo's Fire: Seeking stories about the energy revolution

Want to see all your hard work changing the world receive the print it deserves?

A new book by U.S Representative Jay Inslee of Washington's first Congressional district and Bracken Hendricks, Senior Fellow with the Center for American Progress, is due out in September and the authors are collecting stories from folks that are working right now to help start a clean energy revolution.

If you, your company, or community is helping to build a clean energy economy, then they want to know about it. Selected stories will be published in "Apollo's Fire: Igniting America's Clean Energy Economy" and others will be made public on their website.

Here's what they're looking for:


Tell us how you are taking action to stop global warming, break our oil addiction, or create clean energy jobs. We want to share your diverse stories of green building, innovative cars, advanced biofuels, public transportation, "green collar" jobs, and clean and renewable energy. America needs to hear about it.
The deadline for stories is April 15. Visit their website to submit your story.

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