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Bill McKibben: November 2009
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Bill McKibben: November 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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Convincing skeptics

The impressive thing about this conspiracy is that they managed to convince the planet's glaciers, sea ice, and hydrological cycles to play along.

By Bill McKibben | November 24, 2009; 10:58 AM ET | Comments (13)

America is preventing progress

President Obama wasn't willing to expend the political capital to move the Senate -- the body from which he came, and which he must have known would be as dysfunctional as it has so far proven. As usual America is...

By Bill McKibben | November 17, 2009; 01:40 PM ET | Comments (6)

The Maldive Islands

The Maldive Islands have pledged to go carbon-neutral by 2020. They're building windmills left and right. That's a pretty good goal....

By Bill McKibben | November 11, 2009; 06:12 AM ET | Comments (2)

Left to wonder

They have a remarkable chance to earn a place in history. Sometime some historian is going to look back and say: how did we let the planet heat like this once we knew it was happening? The Democrats won't get...

By Bill McKibben | November 2, 2009; 01:58 PM ET | Comments (1)

 
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