Earth: Making a Life on a Tough New Planet
The former staff writer for the New Yorker argues that it’s time to hunker down, make do with significantly less and concentrate on essentials if humans are to survive on a rapidly changing (degrading) planet.
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William "Bill" McKibben Scholar in Residence Middlebury College->Environmental Studies
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