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Young people took to the streets around the globe today demanding action to address the climate crisis. And standing side-by-side with them was Bill McKibben.
McKibben has been working to sound the alarm on the issue of climate change for decades – as an activist and author.
His latest effort to explain both what we are up against – and what we can do about it – is in this week’s issue of Time. His essay, “2050: How Earth Survived,” is a dispatch from the future – a future in which governments around the world took all action within their power to avert the worst impacts of a warming planet.
So, what is Earth like in 2050? And how did we get there? McKibben joined Diane to explain.
- Bill McKibben Founder, 350.org and author of "Falter: Has the Human Game Begun to Play Itself Out?"
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