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Despite threats, Kelly interviews government officials, medical experts and community members. She invests four years of testing waste materials at the National Laboratory at the University of Costa Rica (LANAMME-UCR). Their research leads to the groundbreaking discovery that waste materials can replace fossil fuels when melted back to its original structure; creating a better longer lasting matrix for asphalt in road construction. It provides a solution for paving the roads affecting the lives and health of the community. Kelly presents these facts to multiple government sectors for approval including the Presidents of the country, Mayers and Congress. The people have had enough: a full-blown protest involving military police breaks out. Kelly and her children fearlessly strive for the well-being of their community in Costa Rica, eventually succeeding and making environmental law. All the while, the family moves through their own journey of personal healing.