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July 2007

2nd of July

Pierce Brosnan records commercial for "LIVE EARTH"

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A list of celebrities including former James Bond actor Pierce Brosnan are starring in television adverts for the Live Earth concerts.

Others signed up, such as Ben Affleck, Cameron Diaz, Will Ferrell, Tobey Maguire and Anna Friel, will promote the campaigning gigs and also deliver eco-friendly messages .
In the commercials, available to use by broadcasters worldwide ahead of the July 7 shows, Affleck says people should reduce waste while Ferrell boosts long-life lightbulbs.

Others taking part, for free, are Jennifer Garner, Josh Lucas, Penelope Cruz, Jessica Biel, Emily Blunt, Chris Rock, Holly Hunter, Naomi Campbell and Jason Biggs.
19th of July
From Bond to Thomas
source ;THE SUN
THE name’s Thomas… Thomas the Tank Engine. Pierce Brosnan is to narrate the classic children’s TV tale – and he can’t wait.

The Bond legend will follow in the footsteps of Ringo Starr by voicing Thomas And Friends.

“One of my fondest memories as a father was sharing the stories of Thomas The Tank Engine and watching the series with my children when they were young,” said Brosnan.

“I am thrilled by the opportunity to be the narrator for this beloved series, following in the shoes of so many famous names, and helping introduce Thomas and friends to many more generations of children.”

Brosnan has already started recording and will make his debut on a DVD set for release next year.



23th Of July

Pierce speaks up against L.F.A


New York, NY (rushprnews)-July 24 is the deadline to submit Official Citizen Comments to protect whales against the Bush Administration's plan to unleash an onslaught of Low-Frequency Active (LFA) sonar throughout the world's oceans.

Watch the video narrated by Pierce Brosnan at http://www.savebiogems.org/multimedia/video_pop_whales.html

The American people have rejected it. The federal courts have ruled against it.

But the U.S. Navy won't take NO for an answer. It's bringing back a sonar system so powerful it can affect whales 300 miles away with its ear-splitting noise. Its effects are so far-reaching - and so unknown - it could threaten the survival of entire populations of marine mammals.

Right now, the Navy wants to deploy this LFA sonar system across a staggering 70 percent of the world's oceans.

Submit Your Official Citizen Comment before tomorrow's deadline.

It is critical that we send the Bush Administration a message loud and clear that we will NOT let them play a terrifying game of Russian roulette with our planet's oceans.

LFA sonar can deafen, maim and kill whales. However, scientists are even more alarmed at its potential impacts on whale migration, feeding, mating and communication - in other words, the biological keys to the survival of the whale species.

Five years ago, NRDC won a dramatic courtroom victory blocking global deployment of this dangerous sonar system just as the Navy was about to launch operations. Since then, the Navy's training with LFA sonar has been limited to one remote area.

But now the Navy is back with the same reckless proposal for worldwide testing and training.

And, shockingly, the National Marine Fisheries service is once again giving the Navy a permit to harass or injure hundreds of thousands of marine mammals each year that get in the way of its sonar.

Send a Citizen Comment right now telling the Bush Administration you will not accept this massive acoustic assault on our planet's oceans.

Today and tomorrow are critical days for the world's whales. With only two days to respond, we're counting on you to help deluge the administration with a tidal wave of outrage at this dangerous proposal.

Help NRDC stop the deployment of this technological menace before its deafening noise is unleashed on our planet's fragile oceans and wildlife.


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