Author and climate activist Bill McKibben is featured in this on demand remote radio show. Most interviews of Bill McKibben are on policy, but this is a personal take. Climate activist Bill McKibben talks about his childhood, teen-aged years as a journalist; and, before he even graduated from Harvard, an invitation from the late great editor William Shawn to write for The New Yorker Magazine. He also discusses the impact the arts has in furthering the climate change movement, reflecting on his appearances on The Colbert Report, David Attenborough's recent magnum opus film "A Life on Our Planet", and a celebration of Richard Power's novel The Overstory.
Here's a chance to hear Bill's origin story.
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