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Bill McKibben

Early critic of warming steps up activist role

By John Donnelly
Globe Staff / March 19, 2007

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The Dartmouth College crowd filled one auditorium on a cold afternoon this month, and spilled into a second with a big screen. The draw was Bill McKibben, one of the country's leading environmental writers and activists, who was talking about the perils of global warming. (Full article: 1128 words)

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