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Climate Change & Wilderness
Climate Change & Wilderness

Bill McKibben, renowned activist, author, and professor, will describe how Earth's ecosystems—and their conservation—can mean the difference between a live-able future for all beings and climate chaos. Bill will also share stories of how personal experiences and connections with wild nature can be the seeds from which a lifetime of environmental advocacy and eco-centric mindsets may grow.


Northeast Wilderness Trust's 2021 virtual event series runs from mid-March through the end of May. To see other event listings, visit www.newildernesstrust.org/events

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This talk will be recorded and shared with all registrants via email within about a week of the presentation date. All videos from the Spring Speaker Series will be available on NEWT’s YouTube channel and Facebook page as well. *The only events in this series that will not be recorded are Nature Trivia on 4/22, Radical Ecology with Eileen Crist on 4/28, and Wilderness Ethics on 5/19 with Laura Waterman, as those three events involve audience participation.*

May 5, 2021 05:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Bill McKibben
Author & Founder of 350.org
Bill McKibben is founder and senior adviser emeritus of 350.org, the first global grassroots climate campaign. He is the author of 17 books and a contributor to magazines such as Orion, Outside, The New York Times, and Mother Jones. Bill serves on Northeast Wilderness Trust's Advisory Board. Photo (c) Nancie Battaglia