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The Moral Math of Climate Change

Bill McKibben

The Moral Math of Climate Change

A conversation about climate change and moral imagination with a leading environmentalist and writer who has been ahead of the curve on this issue since he wrote The End of Nature in 1989. We explore his evolving perspective on human responsibility in a changing natural world.
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  • Bill McKibben

    Bill McKibben

    is Scholar-in-Residence in Environmental Studies at Middlebury College, and the founder of 350.org. He's the author of many books, including The End of Nature.

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Image By Maneesh Agnihotri/Getty ImagesThe terminus of Gaumukh glacier, the source of the Ganges River. In the last several decades the glacier has been receding at an accelerated rate, which most climate scientists attribute to climate change.

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