Ever Green

Gibbs, Nancy
May 2008
Time;5/5/2008, Vol. 171 Issue 18, p13
This article discusses the history of Earth Day. Its initial radicalism is contrasted with its current character, described as so mainstream that the oil company Chevron and U.S. President George W. Bush have participated in it. The changing nature of environmental threats, from lead paint and the pesticide DDT to the concern for global warming are discussed.


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