[WorldChanging] In the classic poem by Robert Frost, a traveler faces two divergent paths and the pivotal decision of which one to follow. He recognizes the significance of the moment and imagines telling the story in the future. Last Thursday, Kansas faced a similar decision. Should it take the conventional path by allowing developers to build a new coal-fired power plant to provide electricity while contributing more global warming pollution to our atmosphere? Or should it take the less-traveled route, reject the permit for the plant, and pursue an alternate path?