OTOC first summer training session is engaging and effective

Rev. Marshall Johnson, led an engaging and humorous training session on Monday, July 14th about how and why OTOC seeks to build a broad based of member organizations that have power to act together on issues of common concern. Nearly forty people from congregations, refugee groups, environmental coalitions attended the lively meeting. This was the first of three training sessions for all those...
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OPPD Decision on Energy closely tracks OTOC’s statement of position

To see a copy of the OPPD 20 year generation plan adopted by the Board, click below: Final OPPD Generation Plan June 2014 OTOC leaders celebrated the decision made by the Omaha Public Power District Board (OPPD) at their June 19th meeting to stop burning coal in North Omaha and commit the region’s energy future to increasing sustainable energy sources  and increasing efficiency and...
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Download and circulate OTOC endorsement for more Sustainable Energy

PLEASE DOWNLOAD OTOC'S SUSTAINABLE ENERGY STATEMENT Leaders of OTOC's Environmental Sustainability Action Team ASK that you download the pdf file below of our Statement to the OPPD Board and ask for people to sign it to express their support for the long term sustainability of our environment, economy and families. Petition for OMAHA FAITH AND COMMUNITY LEADERS FORWARD LINK TO OTOC SIGN ON TO...
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June 9 OWH article: OTOC wants OPPD commitment to renewable energy

June 9 article by the Omaha World Herald quoting Action Team Co-Chair Laurie Gift: Omaha Public Power District begins to map plan for powering next 20 years By Cody Winchester / World-Herald staff writer, June 9, 2014 The Omaha Public Power District is nearing some multimillion-dollar decisions that will alter how it produces power. The district estimates that over the next 20 years it will spend...
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Learn how to teach about Wellness in Nebraska and OPPD Energy mix on June 14

Come to an informative training this Saturday, June 14th from 1:00 to 3:00 PM at Augustana Lutheran Church (3647 Lafayette Ave--2 blocks north of Cuming) Primary Trainer on WIN: Mark Intermill, Executive Director, AARP-Nebraska AARP-Nebraska is a lead organization on this issue and Mark is one of the most informed people in the State.  Half of the AARP's members are between 50-65. They are...
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