The TH Interview: 2008 Brower Youth Awards (Part Two)



This week we hear from two more of this year’s Brower Youth Award winners. Marisol Bacerra has been using Google Maps and other media to plot toxic sites around her home neighborhood in Chicago. In Washington, D.C., Kari Fulton was singled out for her success in reframing the discussion of climate change and race. Keep you eyes on these young leaders, folks. Also hear from two other winners of the Brower Youth Awards in last week's show. TreeHugger Radio

Listen to the podcast of this interview via iTunes, or just click here to listen, right-click to download.

Also check out our coverage of Brower Youth Award winners from 2007, 2006, and their collaboration with the Lorax.

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