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Point Austin: Saved by Billionaires?
The fight against climate change gathers allies high and low
News Column  May 18, 2017, by Michael King
"...The film (www.fromtheashesfilm.com) features Ross' pragmatism, the activism of various folks affected by coal's devastation by extraction and pollution, and the dire predicament of the working people caught in the middle of the industrial changes. Also on the panel, moderated by Laura Huff­man of the Nature Conservancy, were the film's producer Sidney Beaumont, biologist Cherelle Blazer of the Dallas-area Sierra Club, and Misti O'Quinn, a Dallas woman whose family has been directly injured by the heavy burden of lignite pollution from Northeast Texas coal plants..."

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