2019-09-23 13:21:36

Youth Are Bringing a New “Spirit” to Climate Fight

Following Friday’s youth-led climate strike — the largest-ever global protest focused on climate — Democracy Now! speaks with Bill McKibben.

He's a longtime journalist and co-founder of 350. McKibben’s latest piece for The New Yorker is titled “Money Is the Oxygen on Which the Fire of Global Warming Burns."

He also has a cover piece for Time magazine is headlined “Hello from the Year 2050. We Avoided the Worst of Climate Change — But Everything Is Different.”

McKibben’s 1989 book, The End of Nature, was the first book for a general audience about climate change.

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