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Majora Carter delivers an inspiring lecture at Boston Museum of Science on her work in pioneering solutions to concentrated environmental problems grounded in a progressive economic development approach.

Editorial Notes: Majora Carter is a Post Carbon Fellow. She made waves with her two TED talks Greening the Ghetto and 3 stories of local eco-entrepreneurship. She also hosts the radio show The Promised Land.

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