October 13, 2011

Bill McKibben's Battle with Barack & Big Oil

Guardian News, Guardian News


guardian.co.uk

We began the interview by discussing his battle to stop the pipeline…

BM: This pipeline fight has turned into the most interesting environmental battle of modern years. The odds are still probably against us, but they are better than they were a little while ago because people are really starting to pay attention and realise what a terrible idea it is. . .

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TAGGED: U.S. environmental policy, oil sands, Keystone XL pipeline, Guardian News, Bill McKibben

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