Posted on 30 November 2009 by Sustainability Digest
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Editor’s note: This post is by Jessy Tolkan, executive director for the Energy Action Coalition.
There have been times this year when “hope” was thrown around like a dirty word, spoken sarcastically as though the young people who wore it on T-shirts and showcased it on poster in their dorm rooms last year had somehow grown to despise it. Their fickle attention spans and casual attitudes were cited as signs that the generation did not in fact have the intestinal fortitude it would require to execute change, as opposed to just talking about it when it’s the cool t…Read the full story on TreeHugger