The environmental bagman

Rachel Bennett, of Brooklyn, N.Y., left, and Tiffany Threadgould, of Philadelphia, right, leap into the air as a friend takes their photograph, while joining hands with Steve Vincenti of Miami, who is covered with plastic shopping bags, during the Hands across the Sand protest Saturday in Miami Beach, Fla. The protest was part of simultaneous events happening globally to raise awareness of the need to end dependence on fossil fuels and transition to clean energy. Vincenti was wearing 500 shopping bags and protesting the use of disposable bags.


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