Sheppard, Kate
December 2009
YES! Magazine;Winter2009, Issue 52, p39
An interview with Green For All leader Phaedra Ellis-Lamkins is presented. When asked how she discusses climate change with unemployed people, she stresses that economic crisis can be solved along with global warming and clean-energy economy can offer opportunities. She states that the goal of the organization is to make people realize that their lives can improve through a green economy. She adds that Green For All translates the local efforts in supporting communities into national policy.


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