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Congrats to This Month's DeSmog Detective

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Congratulations are in order for ErinC35 (that’s, you know, her top secret code name) from Lasalle, Quebec. She’s won a $50 iTunes gift certificate for sending us some breaking news about the activities of global warming deniers.

ErinC35 is one of the growing ranks of the DeSmog Detectives, our agency of news hounds, whistleblowers and debunkers on the ground. They send us news tips and we reward them with good stuff like iTunes gift certificates. Join the agency today –your planet needs you!

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