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They are people who are working on the front lines of activism, making personal sacrifices which often put their freedom and sometimes their lives at risk. They are the people who are often maligned in the mainstream media, if not ignored. They also are the people who draw attention to problems in how society exploiting the land, polluting the water, and killing off our eco-sphere. These are people who have stories to tell. At the same time, we understand that there is more than one side of the story. So, GreenActionNews endeavors draw out the context of the lives of activists and all the stakeholders with any given concern.
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