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Final Reflections from the ChangeIt program

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Here are some more reflections from students from our July ChangeIt program with Greenpeace. There is the montage v-log, and the written piece below. --WR

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7th Gen Natural Mint Party

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Martin Wolf, the Director of Product Consciousness at 7th Gen put on a brief and yet minty mint-party, celebrating the release
of our naturally minted toilet bowl cleaner. The scent for the past four years has been from a synthetic source. The video-log
tells the rest...

WR

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It's the Shoes

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The Blackspot V2's are out and are pretty darn comfortable. Adbusters has done it again...check it out.
WR

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Inspired Protagonist Nicco Mele from our own EchoDitto

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On the road - we visited EchoDitto our blog behind the screeners...
they were all moving into another world and we captured a moment of Nicco, forever...

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Change Its Inspired Protagonist, Joseph Kaifala

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We sent a film crew out to capture our week on the Change It project. We looked for inspired protagonists
and found them plenty. I was most impressed with Joseph and his stream of worldly consciousnness...

WR

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They’re Changing It

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100 of the brightest, most passionate college kids committed to learning the art of social and environmental change have gathered at our Greenpeace activist camp in the 100 degree heat of Washington, DC. These kids have stepped forward to hold themselves accountable for ensuring that we create the kind of future we all dream of. They are not afraid to dream big dreams. Dreams of a world yet to be born. Of a world we are not yet able to see.

The future is in their hands and, more than most, they are willing accept it. They do not look back. They look forward. They are less encumbered by the paths and patterns that keep us locked into the endless cycles of the despair that dissipates hope.

They are curious and unafraid. They have a spirit that is infectious. I am honored to be in their presence, honored to have helped bring them together, honored to share in this small part of their journey with them.

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