• Paul Gallagher

Pulling our own weight

We have seen great leadership from Governors and Mayors, especially during these past two years. But even with their support, it is important for us to continue to "pull": in our states, in our towns, in our neighborhoods. We need to be there to answer honestly when the naysayers spout their version of the truth. We need to be our own best advocates.


The Union for Concerned Scientists make a compelling argument for how important it is that we just keep showing up. https://blog.ucsusa.org/john-rogers/offshore-wind-four-ways-you-can-help

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