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COMING SOON: Podcast
Race Against Climate Change
First of all, let me say: every day I get up and tune in... and thank God that you're there.
Extraordinary conversation!!! I was entranced with the interview with Bill McKibben. Linda Solomon Wood was sooooo well prepared; Bill McKibben so fluid, open, generous and knowledgable. Thanks from Montreal
My evening: binge watched Conversations (one with Bill McKibben & one with Julian Brave NoiseCat) while starting on a new paint-by-numbers. These guys speak to the climate crisis and organizing so damn well.
Thanks so much Linda Solomon Wood (and team) for this Conversation series and thanks Molly-Jong Fast for such an engaging, open session with Linda and those of us participating.