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PaganNewsBeagle FieryTuesday Sept 23

Welcome to Autumn, Pagan Beagle fans! Today's post includes a photo essay on the people who marched at the Climate Change protest in NYC; a video that advocates using "open source" tactics in climate change campaigns; lock-out of Big Oil from UN climate talks?; urban gardens rule; climate change deniers meet their match.

Meet some of the 300,000+ people who filled the streets at the Climate Change protest march.

Would the tools of open source software development help move the climate change campaign forward? This short video makes the case.

Some activists are suggesting that, like the 2005 UN talks on curbing tobacco use that locked out Big Tobacco from negotiations, climate change talks could be moved forward by forbidding big energy from attending.

Small-scale urban gardens may be one of the best ways of feeding the planet in a sustainable way. It's certainly working wonders in one Washington D.C. park.

Climate-change deniers meet their match — a calm, scientific voice of reason — during a recent Capital Hearing.


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