Environmental Activism: Think Globally, Act Locally (Or Not)

Although I still have every sympathy for members of environmental groups that had to stand outside in the cold for eight hours outside the COP-15 climate conference in Copenhagen yesterday, only to be turned away at the end of the day anyway, I am still going to post two short videos my husband David shot on the scene.


Apparently, when a green group says it wants to clean up the planet, it doesn’t intend to be taken literally.

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