Monthly Archives: September 2008

‘Dolphin Dialogues’ with EarthRehab

This Monday, September 29, 2008 the Founder of EarthRehab, William Djubin, will discuss the ‘State of our Oceans’ with Dr. Stefan Harzen of Taras Oceanographic on ‘Dolphin Dialogues’ a radio program commited to sustainable living and environmental issues. There is a live web broadcast availble on WJTW 100.3 FM in Jupiter Florida starting at 3pm EST.

Dolphin Dialogues

Dolphin Dialogues

We will discuss the International Coral Reef Symposium 2008 that was held in Ft. Lauderdale this past July. Much can be learned about the Global State of our Oceans and Reefs, you should listen in.

Help support Taras Oceanographic with the purchase of our EarthRehab Green License Plate for the Environment. Purchase your Green License Plate today, and join the mission to save the Planet.

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The EarthRehab campaign Flyer

Gumbo Limbo flyer for EarthRehab

A fantastic Flyer for EarthRehab was created by Gumbo Limbo Nature Center in Boca Raton.

Show support for the Environment this Election, display our recognized Iconic Green License Plate for Nature Research.  Visit EarthRehab.com


Protect the Endangered Species Act today.

Endangered Species Act is under attack in Washington.

Time is of the essence.

September 15 is the last day to comment on this proposal.

What you can do.

What I did that was so easy, thanks to Ocean Conservancy, I sent e-mails to my elected officials on their format, and got results.
I received letters from all of the Congressmen and Senators applauding my efforts and acknowledging my e-mail. This is kind of like a vote; you will get heard and noted on this very important issue.

  1. I encourage you to open the link and send e-mail to your State elected officials.
    Ocean Conservancy Link
  2. Also please sign the petition sponsored by Defenders of Wildlife at the petition site…
    Petition Site Link
  3. Use the Audubon form to send a message to Fish and Wildlife.
    Audubon Link

Send a message to Washington today and protect the Endangered Species Act.