From Martha Edwards
I enjoyed reading this article. You probably are aware that this is a proposal to build a Shell “cracker” plant outside Pittsburgh. This plant would emit over 2 million pounds of Carbon dioxide annually in order to produce plastics which are poisoning our oceans and ourselves. But the first question, really a statement, was that the future of this installation may well be in doubt, and with sufficient outcry from environmentalists it could be stopped. The talk was dedicated to the students of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, and Emma Gonzalez.”“'We are behind her,” Schweiger read a quote from Gonzalez’s mom, “‘but we should have been in front of her years ago.’ I couldn’t agree more with Emma’s mother.” After all, the world clearly needs these young people to flourish, and we owe it to them to do what we can to leave the world a better cleaner one.