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A champion of the environment, with roots in C.S. Lewis

By Amanda Katz
Globe Correspondent / August 15, 2010

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Bill McKibben’s groundbreaking debut book, “The End of Nature,’’ appeared in 1989, while he was still in his 20s. Widely considered one of the nation’s top environmental journalists, he maintains a supersonic rate of activity. Besides his many books, he writes frequently for publications from Outside to the New York Review of Books and serves as scholar in residence at ... (Full article: 627 words)

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