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Erica Lewis of Randolph, walked in the People's Climate March in NYC alongside more than two thousand Vermonters, Sunday. Children, students, farmers, teachers, religious leaders, engineers, politicians, mothers and fathers and children descended upon Manhattan for what turned out to be the largest climate related protest in the history of the planet. Vermonter Bill McKibbon, the founder of, one of the key organizing groups, called Sunday for President Obama to salvage his climate legacy by vetoing the XL Keystone tar sands pipeline. Burning these very dirty fossil fuels would be "game over for the planet," according to noted climatologist James Hanson of NASA, who says we can't "go down this road of exploiting every fossil fuel we have — tar sands, tar shale, off-shore drilling in the Arctic — but the science tells us we can't do that without creating a situation where our children and grandchildren will have no control..." (Herald / Bob Eddy)