Let's hear from our children on their social, environmental, cultural, and economic concerns around sustainability and always acting responsibly with the next seven generations in mind. This poster from the Earth & Spirit Council's Earth Day 2012 Ceremony in Portland, Oregon is a collaborative effort of students and friends. It conveys hope, love, and concern as we know we will find in the children's voices of sustainability.
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