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AHSRA offers free trial membership for Earth Day

Posted on April 5, 2010

In celebration of the 40th anniversary of Earth Day, the American High Speed Rail Alliance (AHSRA) is offering a complimentary three-month membership.

The celebration of Earth Day has exponentially grown over the past couple of years, changing from a national event to a worldwide celebration. On April 22, 2010, an estimated one billion people will advocate for energy efficiency, renewable energy and green jobs.

AHSRA will also assist the Earth Day Network's efforts in encouraging "1 Billion Acts of Green," a campaign to encourage small but impactful changes in everyday people's behavior.

Members receive OnBoard, AHSRA's monthly e-newsletter; legislative and regulatory alerts; access to its "Thought Leadership Center;" high-speed rail industry updates; discounted AHSRA events and more.

 

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