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Sam Seder Interviews Bill McKibben About the Importance of Direct Action at Netroots Nation
Listen below to hear McKibben's views on the need for direct action to continue the fight against the fossil fuel industry. From discussion about Tim DeChristopher to past and future direct action plans to the problems of money in politics, this interview stresses the urgency to get more people involved in protecting the planet.
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200 Years of Exploring Antarctica — the World’s Coldest, Most Forbidding and Most Peaceful Continent
By Dan Morgan
Antarctica is the remotest part of the world, but it is a hub of scientific discovery, international diplomacy and environmental change. It was officially discovered 200 years ago, on Jan. 27, 1820, when members of a Russian expedition sighted land in what is now known as the Fimbul Ice Shelf on the continent's east side.