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Grassroots Nonprofits Unite! — A Green Leadership Initiative Augusta, Georgia: “Integrate the Green” Across Georgia including Atlanta

Grassroots Nonprofits Unite! A Green Leadership Initiative Augusta, Georgia “Integrate the Green” Join our Green Grassroots Team: Homero Leon, Jr. 770-309-6216 Atlanta, Georgia http://www.linkedin.com/pub/homero-leon/32/b99/695 Rev. Terence A. Dicks 706-306-5731 Augusta, Georgia http://www.linkedin.com/in/terencedicks Thank you to partners like Dr. Yomi Noibi … Continue reading

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CSRA Activists Concerned With Nuclear Power Plant Vogtle including Georgia WAND and Savannah Riverkeeper: Over Two Dozen Groups File Legal Action Involving Safety Concerns About Licensing Atomic Power Plants Across America

Multiple Legal Challenges: All Nuclear Reactor Licensing Must Be Delayed Or Cancelled Due To Existing Federal Law Augusta Area Activists, Georgia WAND, Savannah Riverkeeper and Other Groups are Among 26 Organizations Across the U.S. Calling on Nuclear Regulatory Commission to … Continue reading

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