Paul Relis

environmentalist and author

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Senior Vice President of CR&R Incorporated and author of Out of the Wasteland: Stories from the Environmental Frontier; former lecturer at UC Santa Barbara (1996-2013) and student at UC Santa Barbara when the 1969 oil spill occurred

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