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Adriana Boulanger (sitting at left), of Vershire, and Kim Furlong (standing at right), of South Royalton, listen to a speaker during the rally. Boulanger, a farmer, stated, "I'm feeling like I'm not doing enough with all the crisis going on in the worldÉ The rainforest is a fraction of the size that it was when I was ten. Here I am, almost 25 years later, and what have I been doing. Climate change has been predicted to be like this, and I'm just watching it go by and not being active enough." Furlong related, "I am here because I want to have a voice. I am here because I feel that it's important, no matter what you believe, the reasons for the climate change, that it is real, and that we all need to recognize the damage we've done, as human beings on this earth. It is important to me that we look far, far, into the future for our children, our grandchildren, for the human race, and that we each individually take action to make the changes necessary to feel part of what needs to change." (Herald / Seth Butler)