The Death of Environmentalism [01:25:39]
@ UC Berkeley (2007-11-05)
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In 2004, Ted Nordhaus and Michael Shellenberger sparked a firestorm of controversy with their essay "The Death of Environmentalism." In it, they argued that the politics used to help reduce acid rain and smog would not work to diminish global warming. Environmentalism must die, they said, so that something new can be born.

Journalism professor Michael Pollan talks to the authors about their new book, Break Through -- a conversation about how best to address the threat of global warming and the larger failure of American liberalism to reinvent itself.

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