Nearly a year after he started a campaign to have universities divest from fossil fuel investments, Bill McKibben says it’s time to take it to the next level. His new book is Oil and Honey.
Bill McKibben is the founder of 350.org and the author, most recently, of Eaarth: Making a Life on a Tough New Planet. He is Schumann Distinguished Scholar at Middlebury College.
The death of Internet activist Aaron Swartz should remind us of what happens too often when people challenge the system. Bill McKibben says shame on Obama and Holder for allowing justice to run amok against people like him.
It seems Hillary Clinton is about to recommend that the Keystone Pipeline go forward, but, as Bill McKibben writes, her terrible choice on the environment won’t matter compared to President Obama’s dismal record.
The deniers have been beaten by Sandy. The question now: what do we do?
Hurricane Sandy offers a terrifying look at what may be in store for us, says Bill McKibben.
We can now admit it: global climate change is one big hoax. But let’s give credit to the special effects experts who brought us June’s crazy weather writes Bill McKibben.
Denying the permit for the Keystone oil pipeline, the president defied conventional wisdom—and big oil.
Hurricane Irene’s dangerous power can be traced to global warming, says Bill McKibben—and Obama is at fault for his failed leadership on the environment.
The last three months have been the warmest on record and we need to bring the same urgency to climate change that we did to stopping the Gulf oil spill, says Bill McKibben.