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August 16, 2021

WV Environmentalists urge Congress to Pass Climate Priorities Missing from Bipartisan Senate Infrastructure Deal

Huntington Herald-Dispatch – In front of Kayla Young under a sweltering sun in South Charleston stood an electric vehicle charging station. Draped over a podium, a sign read “#ACTNOW on Climate.” Read the full article.

Behind her was the Criel Mound, thought to have been built by the Adena people about 500 B.C.

“It’s really interesting to see the past and the future all together,” Young said.

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