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A MUST SEE Climate Change video: “Save the Salish Sea”

Originally published on Reviving Gaia Save the Salish Sea is a “must-see” for British Columbians and for people used to thinking of this province in terms of its natural beauty. “This is one of the most important places in the World to know about and care about Climate change,” begins narrator Eoin Madden, a Climate campaigner A MUST SEE Climate Change video: “Save the Salish Sea” was originally published on: CleanTechnica.
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