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Udall was unique in marrying vision to action

By Stephen D'Esposito

March 26, 2010

Stephen D Esposito was Phil Hocker s successor, and served as EARTHWORKS second president and executive director from 1997 through 2008. He is now the President of RESOLVE. He writes:

Stewart had a unique capacity to match a global conversation vision with actions that made a difference to the people and the places that we all love. 

EARTHWORKS had the good fortune to be guided by this vision and pragmatism from the outset.  The Udall spirit and drive to find solutions to environmental challenges lives on in organizations like EARTHWORKS, the Udall Foundation and the foundation's support for the U.S. Institute of Environmental Conflict Resolution.

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