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EcoWatch CEO Featured on National Google+ Hangout April 15 on Keystone XL

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EcoWatch CEO Featured on National Google+ Hangout April 15 on Keystone XL

Join the People's World for a Google+ Hangout. Stefanie Spear, founder and CEO of EcoWatch, and Tyson Slocum, director of Public Citizen Climate and Energy will be featured participants. Spear has been publishing environmental news for more than two decades, and works to educate and motivate people to protect human health and the environment. Slocum is an advocate of affordable renewable energy for working families, seeking to move people away from the nuclear, coal and oil industries.

This month's topic will be on the Keystone XL pipeline and its impact on the environment and public health. The Hangout is April 15 at 8 p.m. EST. It is part of the buildup to the big national demonstrations in Washington, D.C. on April 22-27. Check out the official event page where the Google+ Hangout will be broadcasted, and register for the event and submit your questions today. Don't miss it!

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