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CT Environmental Rights Update – Interviews with the Movement’s Leaders

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Interested in learning more about the CT Environmental Rights Amendment? We’ve got a pair of interviews that help highlight the importance of the movement towards environmental rights amendments, including the fight for one right here in Connecticut. And don’t forget, if you want to take part in the movement, you can learn more and access advocacy tools here.


The first comes from WPKN Community Radio, interviewing CT NOFA’s Director of Advocacy, Dr. Kimberly Stoner. Listen here, or below.


The second is via Bloomfield Public Library, which recently interviewed Maya van Rossum about the importance of (and challenges to) an environmental rights movement in our state. See the video, below.

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