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Haiku Quartet, Suicide By Climate Change

“The only climate – change uncertainty is how – fast it will happen”

“Winning slowly in – the War on Climate Change is – the same as losing” 33 more words

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RADIO FREE VERMONT, A Fable of

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“I hope no one secedes, but I also hope that Americans figure out creative ways to resist injustice and create communities where everybody counts.  483 more words

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The fight for environmental sanity

Yet another oil spill

Bill McKibben, a college professor and environmental scholar, writes eloquently in the New Yorker that objections to oil pipelines—actual and proposed—that cut through North America (from Canada through the Dakotas and end in Texas) are a fight for environmental sanity. 336 more words

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Moyers & McKibben

A book by one of our favorite activists being reviewed, in the form of an interview, with one of the greats of decent, thoughtful media: 1,228 more words

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VIVA LA RESISTANCE: RADIO FREE VERMONT

Okay, so maybe you’re tired of politics, especially right after what seemed like a very long election season.  But that shouldn’t keep you from taking a look at Bill McKibben’s debut novel, Radio Free Vermont, and following his quirky but interesting take on what might happen if people in the state of Vermont decided they were mad as hell and weren’t going to take it anymore . 276 more words

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Divest! A conversation with Nicolò Wojewoda

“Fossil fuel divestment” is the withdrawal of invested assets such as stocks and funds  from companies involved in extracting fossil fuels,  and an attempt to reduce climate change by “closing the money faucet” jacked into companies responsible for its aggravation. 2,540 more words

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Bill McKibben: Radio Free Vermont & resistance

Could an aging Vermont radio man, aided by a crew of Olympic cross-country skiers and craft-beer drinking fellow travelers, lead the resistance to Donald Trump? That’s the plot of… 168 more words

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