Hosted by RemyC
The Environmental Library Fund has
to announce sadly, our permanent home for the collection
The Aquarium in Norwalk, Connecticut is
now closed. There has been some thin out,
but the most important material for the continuation of our work has returned to my home in Weston.
Visitors are welcome by appointment.
For many years, all the separate projects hosted on this website were promoted as individual, unconnected (some would claim disconnected) entities. It has taken time to bring them all together so that the sum of their parts may synergize to be understood as elements of a singular vision.
Rather than putting everything on this portal, in the past we opted instead to market each topic on its own merit, to different communities. Today it has morphed into a much more adequate entry point to all things hosted on this website. We now provide description of their no longer mutually exclusive functions to merge the target audiences.
Until recently, the prime focus of our work was shutting down the Indian Point nuclear power plant on the Hudson river in New York. In light of NY's DEC revoking their water permit, the NRC cannot relicence IP's two remaining reactors, in effect starting the long decommissioning process. This will give an immense boost to the local renewable energy industry, especially in light of all the recent commercial building LED incentives.
You can now see the entire No Nukes 1979 - The Muse Concerts For A Non-Nuclear Future on YouTube.
with the Greenloop, Lü magazine sponsored the world's first green model
Project Green Search. Finals were held in Los Angeles. With Conscious Decisions, Greenburbs hosted the
Green Market Exposition at the Barnum Museum in Bridgeport,
CT. Other projects include transforming beauticians into revolutionaries with
GreenMUA and developing Celadon Talent.
"I've seen things you people
wouldn't believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I
watched C-beams glitter
Š Remy Chevalier - Environmental Library Fund, 25 Newtown Turnpike, Weston, CT 06883 Tel: 203.227.2065