Jeff Pack Staff Writer A little more than a dozen folks that are concerned with the Earth’s climate and the policies that they say are affecting and hurting the planet met up at the Temecula Duck Pond on Friday, Jan. 24.  Organized by the Climate Action team from the Santa Margarita Group of the Sierra Club, attendees held signs and pickets showing support for protecting the planet’s natural resources.  “We are here because we feel that the climate is the most pressing, overarching, environmental issue that we're facing,” Shaul Rosen-Rager of the Sierra Club said. “And even here in Temecula, we hear all about safety and prosperity, but we’re not immune from climate change because if we let climate change continue, it's going to tear apart our economic system. It's g
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