Great comments, Joe White!
Nadav Savio
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All of this is a great persona:

‘These are people living in situations where environmental issues like pollution and climate change and development and toxics are not at all abstract. These are not “issues” to them, so much as immediate situations which directly impact their lives and livelihoods. Picture, for example, a right-wing rancher concerned about the impact of groundwater contamination on the health of her livestock or an evangelical Christian living in coastal Florida and worried about sea level rise in his parish. Their goals may be entirely personal and the challenges and opportunities for us are likely quite different than for, say, the Stewards.’

But feels in contrast to the line

‘On the front line of environmental issues’

But I think it may simply be semantics about what the ‘frontline’ means

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