We knew that if Republicans took control of the government, it would be a disaster for the environment. Bill McKibben (and RedGREENandBlue) are disappointed at what's coming out of Washington, but not surprised You Should Be More Afraid...Show More Summary
If you're feeling overwhelmed in the face of President Donald Trump's overtures to ignore climate science, resuscitate oil pipelines, and in general undo all of the environmental progress we have made so far, you're not alone. But you...Show More Summary
Bill McKibben argues that protecting science's legacy of climate research is a matter of protecting civilization itself. The post It's Time to Stand Up for the Climate—and for Civilization appeared first on WIRED.
On Monday night, President-elect Donald Trump named Exxon Mobil CEO Rex Tillerson as his secretary of state pick. On Monday morning, Jacob Weisberg invited Bill McKibben—climate activist, author, and founder of 350.org—onto Trumpcast to discuss what Tillerson could mean for the country and for climate change. Show More Summary
Click here for reuse options! "Indigenous organizers are some of the finest organizers around the globe... from the Keystone fight to battling plans for the world’s largest coal mine in Australia." On Sunday, December 4, 2016, the US...Show More Summary
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Click here for reuse options! It’s quite possible that we’ve lost our best chance to combat climate change, writes Bill McKibben, but we must try to contain the damage. We’re going to be dealing with an onslaught of daily emergencies during the Trump years. Show More Summary
Bill McKibben has written 15 books, most recently Oil and Honey: The Education of an Unlikely Activist. Now a scholar in residence at Middlebury College, he co-founded 350.org, the largest global grassroots organizing campaign on climate change. Show More Summary
Click here for reuse options! The World Meteorological Organization has reported that the five years from 2011 to 2015 were the hottest on record On the same day Donald Trump was elected, the World Meteorological Organization reported...Show More Summary
We Don’t Need a ‘War’ on Climate Change, We Need a Revolution Eric S. Godoy and Aaron Jaffe, October 31. 2016 (NY Times) “… Bill McKibben, the unofficial spokesperson of the climate movement in the United States, points to territoryShow More Summary
Bill McKibben has an op-ed in the NYTimes on the latest global warming flash point and human rights atrocity in the making in North Dakota. A clip:.... Originally, the pipeline was supposed to cross the Missouri just north of Bismarck,...Show More Summary
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By Kieran Cooke / Climate News Network Eminent U.S. environmentalist Bill McKibben warns that fossil fuel use is destroying the planet, and calls for curbs on the political power of the oil industry.
For at least a decade, I've been a huge fan of Bill McKibben, thought leader for the climate movement. But his most recent article in The New Republic, "A World at War," fell short for me. Subtitled "We're under attack from climate change...Show More Summary
The always unhinged Bill McKibben, who uses vast amounts of fossil fuels to travel the globe and attend anti-fossil fuels demonstrations is out with a new unhinged pronouncement Recalculating the
Per reader request, here’s some info on the Standing Rock Sioux protest – apparently the biggest Native American protest in decades – and a thread to discuss it. Bill McKibben offers a good backgrounder in The New Yorker: This week, thousands of Native Americans, from more than a hundred tribes, have camped out on the Standing […]
The argument that wary progressives should fall in line behind Hillary Clinton boils down to two points. First: Donald Trump is terrible. Second: The Democratic platform is great, and maybe there’s a chance she’ll pay attention to it. So far argument No. 1 is holding. Every red-faced bullying speech...
Author and climate activist suggests society needs to address climate change more aggressively as if we are mobilizing for a third world war.
BILL MCKIBBEN: We Need The Moral Equivalent Of War On Climate Change. I agree, and as my first act of wartime sacrifice, I vote to ban air-conditioning in Washington, DC. For my second act of wartime sacrifice, I vote to raise taxes on coastal cities. And I don’t want to hear any backtalk. This is […]