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It’s Now and It’s Us

  • Joe Whitworth
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Abstract

A generation ago, an 18-year-old boy, Andy Lipkis, was so concerned with the smog that enshrouded Los Angeles that he founded a nonprofit focused on planting and preserving trees. His organization TreePeople began by raising $10,000 to plant 8,000 seedlings in the mountains surrounding Los Angeles. And seeing the valuable role that trees play in capturing and storing water, Lipkis eventually broadened his nonprofit’s mission to include water conservation.

Keywords

Supply Chain Imaginal Disc Healthy Environment Urban Water Management Seventh Generation 
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© Joe Whitworth 2015

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