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Vinnie Cotrone, 48, Kingston
Vinnie Cotrone, 48, Kingston
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We caught up to some volunteers from King’s College and other folks who were picking up litter before today’s Earth Day celebration at Nesbitt Park and asked:


“WHAT DO YOU WISH MORE PEOPLE WOULD DO FOR THE ENVIRONMENT?”


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“Stop throwing garbage into the river. You’ll find bags of household trash down here.”


Vinnie Cotrone, 48, Kingston


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“Show respect!”


John Maday, Wilkes-Barre


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“The biggest thing is to care. A lot of people don’t realize how precious it is. If something’s been around for a long time, they take it for granted.”


Angela Coco, 20, Exeter


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“I wish they would think about the repercussions of their actions.”


Terria Pettus, 21, Ocean City, Md.


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“Be more cautious about using resources and try to minimize car use. Take a bike or walk for a short trip.”


Nirvana Chand, 21, Montclair, N.J.


 
 
 
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