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Heather Libby is the Managing Editor of <a href="http://tcktcktck.org/" rel="nofollow">TckTckTck.org</a>, a global alliance of more than 300 partners calling for climate action. <br> <br> She began her career in movement building at age 11 when, together with several of her elementary school classmates, she started her first NGO. While the environmental advocacy group "H.O.P.E" (Help Our Precious Earth) only lasted one school year, her passion for social change has yet to fade. <br> <br> Follow Heather on Twitter <a href="http://twitter.com/heatherlibby" rel="nofollow">@heatherlibby</a>.
When we talk about the Alberta tar sands, a lot of phrases come to mind. "Summer vacation spot" is generally not one of them.
09/27/2011 02:16 EDT
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