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In episode two of “In Our Backyard,” host Warren Olney hears how fighting both global warming and environmental injustice go hand in hand.

In Our Backyard No. 2: Greenhouse emissions we can't see are often out of mind, causing pollution power lines

In episode two of “In Our Backyard,” host Warren Olney hears how fighting both global warming and environmental injustice go hand in hand.

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