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#1 Jun 14, 2009
I agree wholeheartedly and enjoy seeing a fellow fighter for a green co-existence. So much emphasis needs to be placed on the local level and it's lovely living in New York and seeing small green areas spring up out of the concrete by the day. It's also a bit nerve wrecking because at the same time I'm seeing a shift away from the local to a global existence on all levels. You might find a thread I found on pandalous interesting. It stresses the significance of a local green movement. It can be found here: http://www.pandalous.com/nodes/gardening_for_...
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