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May 05, 2009


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I am especially interested in Greensburg's response to disaster, that it was rooted in their agricultural and conservative traditions. So like the Oklahoma that I am from. There is much to learn from Oklahoma's rural communities about how to communicate with our friends and families in a way that effects change without confrontation.

it's like all other issues of the day. you can only change, or do much about what's in your back yard. i'm afraid most folks want the new green to save energy and money, but really they don't want to give up their big houses and cars. call it what they will, true green is a challenge most people are unwilling and unable to pursue with much success. we truly are spoiled and creatures of habit. great post.

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