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An All-Out Strategy: Tackling Climate Change

In a teleconference, President Trip Van Noppen describes how Earthjustice is uniquely positioned to create change by leveraging the power of the law to realize a sustainable future.

President Trip Van Noppen elaborates on the organization's three-pronged approach to tackling climate change—ending our reliance on fossil fuels, building ecosystem resilience, and promoting a clean energy future.

This teleconference was recorded on January 29, 2013.

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