Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Welcome to Minnesota


After three weeks of expanding our horizons and our minds, we flew back into Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport last night. In just twenty short days, we visited three countries, more than a dozen cities and towns, and scores of renewable energy stations. We made new friends, both from within our college and from around the world. We learned about how to sustainably power the world in the years to come, and were inspired to work to create the changes necessary to do it.

It was an amazing trip. Thanks for following us.

-Joey and Claire

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