Monthly Archives: June 2008

Consider Giving Your Time and Resources

Below are two differnt organizations that are requesting donations to assist with the Spring storms and International events. I thought now would be a good time to help make these available:

American Red Cross Release:,1077,0_314_7844,00.html

UMCOR (United Methodist Committee on Relief) Disaster Response Page:

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Earthrace – Powerboat to Circumnavigate the Globe (2.0)

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latest news from http://www.EarthRace.Net

Sagunto, Spain, 27 June 2008, 13.24 GMT: Earthrace, the world’s fastest eco-boat, has smashed the world speed record for a powerboat to circumnavigate the globe, knocking almost 14 days off the previous record.

The boat crossed the finish line in Sagunto at 13.42 GMT on Friday 27 June,  having taken 60 days 23 hours and 49 minunutes to travel around 24,000 nautical miles fuelled by biodiesel to demonstrate the efficiency of, and draw global attention to, the potential for alternative fuel sources.

“This fantastic team of people and our astonishing boat have broken the record by a massive margin, said Pete Bethune, New Zealand skipper and owner of Earthrace,  “I finally feel that all the sacrifices made, especially by my wife and daughters, have been worth it.  I don’t even  know how to begin to thank all the individuals and companies that have supported us along the way, some of them since the very beginning over five years ago.  Without them, none of this would have been possible”.


The goal of Earthrace is to set a new world record for a powerboat to circumnavigate the globe, running 100% renewable biodiesel fuel, and with a net zero carbon footprint.  The amazing Earthrace boat will make the attempt starting from Sagunto in Spain. Earthrace is also undertaking a two year promotional tour, visiting 100 great cities around the globe. The crew meet local people, talk about their experiences, and most of all connect with people about the need to get renewable fuels into our energy mix and to inspire them to do something themselves to minimise their impact on the environment.

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