Category Archives: Churchill fellowship

Netroots Nation Wrap-Up

“You and me are floating on a tidal wave/ Together/ You and me are drifting into outer space” – Coldplay, ‘X & Y’ I’m on another continent now, having left the country I always find it the hardest to leave. … Continue reading

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Is America Fundamentally Broken?

I wasn’t supposed to go to Chicago. My flight to get to Netroots Nation was booked from DC to Minneapolis, with 20 minutes to change in Chicago O’Hare International airport. But arriving at the airport, the first leg has been … Continue reading

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The Best of the Rest of Boston

After my meeting with Marshall Ganz, I had a long list of other amazing people to meet. First I went to meet Josh Lynch, an old friend from the US youth climate movement who helped start the Energy Action Coalition, … Continue reading

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