January 2005

Better World Club supported the efforts of both Governor Davis and Governor Schwarzenegger to make California the first state to regulate the greenhouse gas emissions of automobiles.

Automakers v. the People? Engineers, Not Lawyers should be the Solution to Global Warming Pollution

Click here to find out moreUnder the guise of their coalition front group--the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers--Ford, GM, Toyota and other major automakers have filed suit against the people of California to block the state's new vehicular global warming law (Honda and Nissan have yet to join the suit). This law would have a huge impact on reducing heat-trapping emissions. Eight states are already poised to adopt the California standard amounting to over a quarter of the national passenger vehicle market. The automaker lawsuit is an insult to consumers demanding cleaner cars and ignores available clean car technology and sound scientific data on global warming. Take Action!

Enter to win a free 2005 Toyota Prius - click here!

Are you sick of spending a small fortune every time you fill up your gas tank?

Wouldn't it be nice to drive a sleek, fuel-efficient hybrid that gets 55 mpg, instead?

Unfortunately, that could take a while. Despite churning out gas-guzzling SUVs in record time, automakers are dragging their feet on meeting the demand for fuel-efficient hybrids, resulting in waits of up to 9 months to buy these driver and earth-friendly vehicles! But now you can do something to move auto manufacturers and win a free Toyota Prius in the process!

The Center for a New American Dream is looking for a short, powerful slogan directed at car manufacturers to tell them that the time for fuel-efficient vehicles is now. If your slogan is selected, they'll send you gliding past gas pumps in a 2005 Toyota Prius hybrid that gets 55 mpg. You'll also get on-the-road protection from Better World Club. Enter to Win a free 2005 Toyota Prius

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An eco-friendly bed and breakfast inn located in the North Georgia mountains and wine country near historic Dahlonega, site of the first gold rush. Unique yurt lodging also available.

Reservations: Contact Fred or Marybeth Tanner for more information. Or visit our web site.
Phone: 706.867.9446

Blackout Dates: Festival weekends; October 1-31.
Seasonal Specials: Two or more nights $80/night until March 31. Regular single night rate $90/night.

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