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How greed, apathy, and sabotage slowed a collective awakening to the realities of climate change

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Penguin Random House

In his new book, a veteran climate journalist explores the causes and progression of the climate crisis and the science that proved it to be a reality, and exposes sobering truths about how business and financial interests hindered the political and collective will to do something about it.

How has humanity gotten to where it is with climate change and where do we need to go now?

Guest: Eugene Linden, award-winning journalist and writer on science, nature and the environment, and author of "Fire and Flood: A People’s History of Climate Change, from 1979 to the Present"

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*This interview was recorded on Monday, April 11.

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