Bill McKibben makes a strong case that despite the EPA's new power plant regulations and increasing fuel efficiency in cars, President Obama has largely been a failure in terms of pursuing a progressive energy policy
Wendell Berry is a fount of wisdom and inspiration, so it was great to see that Bill Moyers spoke with the farmer, poet, eco-philosopher about the role of activism and spirit in creating positive change.
Environmentalist, educator and founder of 350.org, Bill McKibben has been seen as a leading voice of the climate movement for years. In a recent essay he explains the value of a leaderless movement. And why he may be stepping back.
With a decision on the Keystone XL pipeline looming, it's a good time to think about how best to respond to the decision and what forms of civil disobedience will best highlight climate change as a moral issue.
The climate activism community is now firmly in the Occupy Wall Street (OWS) fight. 350.org joined in the tens of thousands on the streets of New York last week; and now environmental activist Bill McKibben has starkly laid out the links between
When renowned NASA climatologist James Hansen came on the podcast recently, he said some chilling words: if we burn the oil in the Canadian tar sands "it's essentially game over for the climate." The murky oil sands of Canada are the largest known
Yesterday Bill McKibben wondered is money to most virulent source of pollution? When it comes to big polluters and the influencing US politics, yes, yes it is... And the US Chamber of Commerce is right near the top of the list. In an effort to really
Can government be like a smartphone? An open platform, waiting for citizens to plug in their "apps" to its operating system? The rise of the millennial generation, along with the spread of the open source software movement, has opened up a whole new