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On August 28, 2013, a large group of New Englanders will converge in Fall River,…
On August 28, 2013, a large group of New Englanders will converge in Fall River, MA, near the largest coal-fired plant in the region. There they will begin a 6-day march to Barnstable, MA, the seat of opposition to Cape Wind, the nation’s first off-shore wind project.
This historic event will dramatize the urgency with which we must turn away from fossil fuels and march toward a future full of sustainable jobs, clean air, healthy communities, and local, renewable energy.
Energy Exodus: March from Coal to Cape Wind « Energy Exodus
March from Coal to Cape Wind