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- Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. senior attorney for the Natural Resources Defense Council, chief prosecuting attorney for Riverkeeper, and president of Waterkeeper Alliance..
- Jim Lenard Bluewater Wind
- Edward Barrett fisherman, Nantucket Sound
- Wendy Williams journalist who has written for many publications, including "Scientific American," "The Christian Science Monitor," "The Boston Globe," "The Providence Journal," and "The Baltimore Sun."
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