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Environment / Kids Going Green #865729

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 24, 2007
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: John Larson) The growing environmental consciousness of young people that is gaining momentum with the focus on global warming featured; scenes shown of high school students working on environmental projects in San Gabriel, California; details given about the Step It Up campaign planned by Middlebury College students to demand cuts in carbon emissions. [Student Amanda MARTINEZ†- says they want to make a difference.] [Step It Up DEMONSTRATOR – says she doesn’t want her kids living in a smog-filled world.] [Author Bill McKIBBEN†- says young people understand that this is going to be their lives.] [Middlebury student Daniel KANE†- says college students have reached a breaking point.]

Williams, Brian;
Larson, John

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