Bill McKibben: Too Little, Too Late?

Via on Apr 5, 2008

New Yorker writer McKibben’s best-selling book, End of Nature, prophesied climate change 20 years ago. Still, knowing all the sad, bad facts, Bill is inspired. Why?

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14 Responses to “Bill McKibben: Too Little, Too Late?”

  1. [...] his cocky swagger and big sideburns. These days, I idolize folks like Alice Waters, Michael Pollan, Bill McKibben, Yvon Chouinard and yes, Al Gore…folks who, like Churchill or Thoreau in days of yore, saw a [...]

  2. [...] Wendell Berry, Kentucky farmer and poet. And I’ve just started “Deep Economy” by Bill McKibben, which pulls together an economic plan that’s based on quality, not just quantity and [...]

  3. [...] to my eco-hero Bill McKibben, More doesn’t necessarily equal Better. In fact, in modern society, More often means Sicker, [...]

  4. [...] enough to give up the good stuff) that feedlots and slaughterhouses and trucking your average meal 1500 miles is sad and [...]

  5. [...] Wendell Berry, Kentucky farmer and poet. And I’ve just started “Deep Economy” by Bill McKibben, which pulls together an economic plan that’s based on quality, not just quantity and [...]

  6. [...] to my eco-hero Bill McKibben, More doesn’t necessarily equal Better. In fact today, More often means Sicker, Fatter, [...]

  7. [...] Bill McKibben—along with Rick Fields, Chogyam Trungpa, Henry David Thoreau, Malcolm Gladwell, Dr. Reggie Ray, Pema Chodron, Michael Pollan—has a voice that’s able to jump out and grab your heart, meet your experience, and change your mind. [...]

  8. [...] with Graham Hill (founder of TreeHugger.com), Rick Peyser (of Green Mountain Coffee) and Bill McKibben (professor at Middlebury- my alma mater- author & environmentalist). Most recently, Lewis had [...]

  9. [...] ed’s intro: I was honored (okay, psyched) to have lunch, at the Kitchen in Boulder, with Slow Money founder Woody Tasch, yesterday. He’s a sweet, sincere, pioneering bundle of energy and do-goodery. Let’s support! elephant may even sponsor his Slow Money conference, this summer, more news coming soon, and yours truly, Waylon Lewis, may bring our Walk the Talk Show to the conference, which includes our old idol Bill McKibben of 350.org. [...]

  10. [...] Check out Waylon’s interview with 350 founder, Bill McKibben. [...]

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