Episode

Bill McKibben on Timothy DeChristopher and the Changing Tactics of the Environmental Movement

March 4, 2011

Bill McKibben, author and founder of 350.org, speaks to Sam Seder about the conviction of nonviolent climate activist Timothy DeChristopher and  predicts we’ll see more of this type of confrontational activism and discusses the need for a change in tactics of the environmental movement.

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