Joanne Poyourow

Founder, Environmental Change-Makers

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Founder of Environmental Change-Makers and member of the core team of Transition Los Angeles; author of Legacy: A Story of Hope for a Time of Environmental Crisis

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Acid rain was reduced by new federal regulations on sulfur emissions; the EPA got the lead out of gasoline; it took an international treaty to protect the Ozone layer.

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