Long time activist, and former Democratic Party candidate for State House Dist. 45, Chris Hrabovsky has taken on the challenge of reforming our energy policy-at the local level. In 2000 Chris interest in alternative fuels for vehicles led him to convert a truck to run on hydrogen. In 2006, he re-invigorated an environmental fight to save the Anclote River, from the grips of Wal-Mart, by taking on a lawsuit pro se, after the other activists had fled. He also lends his help to Pascos Citizens for Sanity, as they help protect the Cypress Creek, Seranova Preserve, and the newly proposed destruction of wetlands by T.Rowe Price. Today, Chris has focused on the effects of 2006 Senate Bill 888. He has a plan to prevent new coal and nuclear plants from being built, and promotes de-centralized solar and wind power.
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