Project Survival Media‘s new website launched at the Copenhagen International Climate Conference and it looks great! Check it out and get dispatches from Project Survival’s media teams around the world.
December 8, 2009
New Project Survival Media Website launches at Copenhagen
About Richard Graves
Richard Graves is the blogmaster for It's Getting Hot in Here: Dispatches from the Youth Climate Movement and served as the New Media Fellow for the Energy Action Coalition. He helps over a hundred youth leaders from around the world tell their stories in the fight against global warming and for a more just and sustainable world. Richard graduated from Macalester College after winning campaigns for green building, green roofing, renewable energy investment, and energy conservation. When he isn't organizing against global warming, he likes to make Italian, Mexican, and Japanese food, read books, and to sculpt. View all posts by Richard Graves
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