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Want to Attend Global Power Shift in Istanbul, Turkey?
On June 10-17, young leaders will converge in Istanbul, Turkey, for a landmark gathering. More than 500 grassroots activists and leaders from around the world will meet, train, share skills and stories, and prepare for the next phase of the global climate movement.
Interested in being part of Global Power Shift? Apply today. Deadline is Jan. 4, 2013.
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