At 7:00am this morning, a dozen brave activists released a 25-foot banner on the lawn of the EPA headquarters in Washington, DC. The message on the banner calls on the EPA to pledge to end mountaintop removal coal mining in 2010. But there’s a catch—the banner and two of its holders are suspended from two freestanding tripods 20-feet above the air, and after seven hours they are still hanging there.
How long have you been a part of RAN? Avi has been giving to RAN's programs for more than half of his life! First learning about the importance of the rainforest in primary school, he is taking those lessons with him around the world.