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Mike Papantonio Interviews Bill McKibben About the Reality of Climate Change
This past spring has already gone down as the warmest on record. But even before that, the world was breaking temperature records almost every year. All of this adds up to some pretty scary scenarios for our planet, but that's only half of the story. Mike Papantonio talks about the entire story with Bill McKibben, founder of 350.org, and his recent Rolling Stone Magazine article, Global Warming’s Terrifying New Math.
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By Tara Lohan
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