Would you please forward me a copy of the propossed Kauai Blue Sky
Ordiance so that I may introduce the ordiance to our governing body
here in Yavapai County, Arizona? Please send to
Thank you so much for all your hard work in addressing the Chemtrail issue.
PS - perhaps the following organization might assist in helping get
the ordiance into law.
AIDA: Environmental Law for the Americas.
Founded in 1998, AIDA is a nonprofit environmental law organization
that works across international borders to defend threatened
ecosystems and the human communities that depend on them.
Environmental health and human rights can no longer be protected by
working within the political boundaries of individual nations – the 35
countries of our hemisphere are united under a common environmental
flag. International problems call for international responses, and
AIDA develops transnational strategies to address the environmental
and human rights challenges of the 21st century.
What does AIDA do?
Environmental systems throughout the Americas are being pushed to the
limit by industrial activities, population growth, and irresponsible
public policy. Focusing our efforts on problems in Latin America, AIDA
partners with local groups to field multinational teams of lawyers and
scientists to tackle a range of environmental crises – the decline of
freshwater resources, the proliferation of toxins, climate change, and
the decimation of vulnerable biodiversity. Environmental health is
part and parcel with human health – protecting the environment we also
protect the underprivileged communities that depend on their
ecosystems for fresh air, clean water, and livable habitat.
Our methods are diverse. Complex problems don't yield to simple
solutions, and AIDA employs a broad suite of advocacy tools. We
combine legal work with education and alliance-building initiatives
designed to empower citizens and arm policy-makers with the knowledge
needed to make responsible choices. We distribute reports on key
issues, leverage international institutions and tribunals to expose
flawed policies, and help nonprofit organizations to work for
environmental enforcement when governments can't or won't get the job
Environmental Law Alliance Worldwide (ELAW)
1877 Garden Avenue, Eugene, OR 97403 USA
Phone: +1 541 687 8454
Fax: +1 541 687 0535