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Oil and Honey, by Bill McKibben – Book Review | Truthdig

“I didn’t particularly want to lead a movement, but I wanted to join one, and so I helped to build it,” McKibben writes in his memoir, “Oil and Honey,” an endearing account of his reluctant rise to leadership. The book weaves together his life on the road stirring up opposition to corporate excess and his life at home trying to ...

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Climate activist Bill McKibben wins Gandhi Peace Award (update) | The New Haven Register, PEP, TheStruggle.org

While America contends with the fallout of a terrorist attack, another threat faces the nation and the world: global warming. And there are those who are at the forefront of bringing news of it to the public. Bill McKibben is one of the most notable players in the environmentalist movement in the United States. He’s written a dozen books, starting ...

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Bill McKibben to Receive 2013 Gandhi Peace Award April 18 | Promoting Enduring Peace

Promoting Enduring Peace believes that Bill McKibben’s work in greatly increasing awareness of the global impact of the consequences of environmental irresponsibility is in close alignment with our mission, and we recognize him as a Peace Hero in the struggle for a sustainable world peace. Bill McKibben is a founder of the grassroots climate campaign 350.org, which has coordinated 15,000 rallies ...

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