Katie Couric: Ban the Plastic Water Bottle?

Via elephant journal
on Oct 29, 2009
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Kudos to mainstream media when it’s deserved: Katie Couric says the obvious—which, in mainstream America, ain’t always obvious (less than half the US “believes” in Climate Change)—that 1.5 million tons is a lot of unnecessary waste, and a healthy environment is important to all of us. “I’ll drink to that.”


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One Response to “Katie Couric: Ban the Plastic Water Bottle?”

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