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Dylan Ratigan Is on a Mission to Transform Communities With Healthy Food, Clean Energy and Jobs for Veterans

Click here for reuse options! Can the former MSNBC host's new solar-powered farms help shape the future of sustainable living? Let’s face it, we’re facing some serious problems. Our centralized power, food and communications systems are failing us. The fossil fuels we rely on are depleting rapidly, heating up the planet in the process. We have so little food in some places that people are malnourished, yet so much unhealthy food in others that people are obese.
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