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People, Power, and Climate Change


Sarah van Gelder, Reporter's Roundtable


Do the actions of activists, neighborhoods, small businesses, and cities really make a difference when it comes to averting catastrophic climate change? YES! Magazine executive editor Sarah van Gelder says yes: not only do local actions reduce carbon right away, they act as the pioneers that make a new status quo possible. 

 


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