Henetz, Patty
February 2009
Rachel's Democracy & Health News;2/5/2009, Issue 997, p7
The article presents information on a mass act of nonviolent civil disobedience to be held at the Capital Power Plant in Washington, on March 2, 2009. The event will be held to protest coal-fired power plants and the damage caused to the world climate due to industrial pollution. According to Matt Leonard, the Greenpeace coordinator for the event, this will be the largest such action on climate change in the U.S. history, in which thousands of people will participate.


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