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A Northland Morning feature focusing on local environmental issues, heard Wednesdays at 8:20 a.m. Green Visions is brought to you by All Energy Solar, Minnesota Power Energy Conservation Program, and Energy Plus.

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John Krumm. All right reserved. Used with permission.
Tone Lanzillo at Monday's news conference

"Code Red for humanity. I think it speaks truth to power."

Climate activist Tone Lanzillo has been around long enough to know it's easy to hold a news conference and announce what you plan to do.

Actually getting it done can be something else again.

JT Haines. Used with permission.
Winona LaDuke addresses the crowd

But Monday, more than a dozen climate and environmental activists held a news conference in response to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's report calling the threat of climate change "code red."

And Duluth residents should see some promised action within a month, as a result.

Folks interested in more information or who want to get involved can contact Tone Lanzillo through the Duluth/365 climate change initiative page on Facebook.

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