January 24, 2012

Mr. McKibben, Take Heed

Maura Stevens, CounterPunch


The Dominion

I have to agree with Leonardi on this, Bill McKibben: That tweet from you made me gag. What can you be thinking? . .

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TAGGED: U.S. Energy Policy, Politics, Environmental Regulations, Environmentalism, Keystone XL Pipeline, Bill McKibben, CounterPunch

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