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Jeremy Bloom
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Lives in Eugene, OR
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Big oil is trying to grab more water to frack California - even as drought squeezes farmers, fish and cities... 
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Exxon is the biggest gas producer in the US, so EXXON may well be the biggest fracker in the US. And its CEO, Rex Tillerson, has certainly been a big champion of fracking. Just… not when it’s near HIS house.
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Big agribusiness uses the excuse of Cali water emergency to ram water-stealing bill through Congress (while hurting small farmers and endangered salmon)
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Act tonight! We're gathering all across the country to tell President Obama: Just say NO to addiction to dirty oil! Just say NO to Tar Sands climate destruction! #NOKXL!
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Didn't want to watch President Obama's full State of the Union this week? Here's the (very silly) one-minute remix.
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Good news - a new Nebraska court ruling may force another delay for Keystone XL pipeline. #NOKXL
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"The big banks are so deep in this derivative ca-ca that eyeballs are turning brown in the upper level executive suites. Notable bankers are even jumping out of windows, hanging themselves in back rooms, and blowing their brains out in roadside ditches. Is it not strange that there are no reports on the contents of their suicide notes?"
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Is the State Department report reasonable? No. "Simply put, if the President says no to this project, the tar sands industry will be forced to take their foot off the pedal, which in turn means easing off one of the fastest growing sources of carbon pollution in North America."
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The ludicrous reasoning behind the assessment that the Keystone XL pipeline will have "zero environmental or climate impact"?

"Approval or denial of any single project is unlikely to significantly affect the rate of extraction of the oil in the oil sands, or the refining of heavy crude on the U.S. gulf coast."

Which is a very Zen way of doing business. "Hey, pollution happens one way or another. What difference does it make which particular company does it? Whatev. Don't get all bent out of shape, dude."
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Writer/Editor/Blogger
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  • Important Media
    Writer/Editor/Blogger, present
  • Lunar Logic
    Lead Marketing Writer, 2003 - 2005
  • TenthMil.com
    Editor in Chief, 2009 - 2010
  • California Academy of Sciences
    Exhibit Content Writer, 2008 - 2008
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Eugene, OR
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Toronto, CA - Santa Monica, CA - Vancouver, BC - Powell River, BC - Albany, NY - Kibbutz Ein Dor, Israel
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Living green in the great Northwest
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Jeremy Bloom has been living green since before it was cool. And writing about it.

His publication credits range from Playboy to Parenting, and he recently composed content for an exhibit on climate change at the new California Academy of Sciences museum in San Francisco. He’s been a senior editor for a monthly magazine, and written three screenplays (not, as of yet, produced).

He likes to take a hands-on approach to life, so he also has mucked about in cobb, planted organic strawberry beds, created raw-food meals, done green carpentry, milked sheep, served as deputy campaign manager for a congressional race, helped run music festivals, dug into archeological sites in Israel and the arctic, white-water rafted down rivers in Thailand and the Adirondacks, gone skin-diving in the Red Sea, and danced until dawn in an old-growth redwood forest.

He lives in Eugene, Oregon with his wife Lyra and two cats, Navi and Sylvanus.

Education
  • University of Toronto
    Political Philosophy
  • UCLA
    Screenwriting
  • Bethlehem Central High School
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