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The Green Line: NY Times Writer Andrew Revkin

We were stoked to hear New York Times writer + Dot Earth blogger, Andrew Revkin, speak last night at Portland State University. Andrew gave a compelling talk on what’s happening with climate change, the controversies in the science behind it, ways governments are handling the situation and how news outlets have covered what he calls a “slow drip” phenomenon over the last century.

He was also kind enough to answer a question we’ve been working to answer through the GoGreen Conference: How do we, as citizens and business owners, make a difference at ground zero while our governments and scientists are figuring everything out? Here’s his response.

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