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The vision thing

What today's environmentalists might learn from a half-blind nonagenarian who lives on Cape Cod

By David Gessner
November 13, 2005

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IT'S TIME FOR the environmental movement to leave behind its tie-dyed ways and join the 21st century. So proclaimed activists Michael Shellenberger and Ted Nordhaus last year in ''The Death of Environmentalism,'' their attention-grabbing report arguing that the once-vital movement, which won many battles during its 1970s heyday, had become ''just another special interest,'' too concerned with mere policy while ... (Full article: 1488 words)

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