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And the world took note

The Friday Photo November 6, 2015 Keystone XL has been cancelled, at last. I was lucky enough to be at Forward on Climate, which, until a year ago, was the largest climate action in the United States. My story of … Continue reading

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A tribe of 40,000 strong

Washington County, where I live in Middle Georgia, is small, about 20,000 people living in a county with white clay, rolling hills, and woods filled with deer. Yesterday I watched the area at the Washington Monument fill with twice as … Continue reading

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