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Bill McKibben: October 2009

Bill McKibben: October 2009

Bill McKibben wrote the first book for a general audience on global warming in 1989. A scholar in residence at Middlebury College, he has written a dozen more books, and leads the organization of global climate change protests.

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Can We Stop Global Warming?

The doubt at this point is whether we still have margin to actually stop global warming from getting completely out of control. Scientists are pretty clear that 350 parts per million Co2 represents a kind of threshold -- as one...

By Bill McKibben | October 14, 2009; 02:47 PM ET | Comments (11)

A Popular Movement is Necessary

Here's the key challenge -- there's simply not a big enough movement yet to get action. Everywhere who isn't a die-hard ideologue knows this is the biggest challenge humanity has ever faced, and yet almost everyone imagines some expert or...

By Bill McKibben | October 4, 2009; 04:10 PM ET | Comments (0)

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