standing up for the planet together

McKibben, Bill
May 2013
Yoga Journal;May2013, Issue 255, p88
In this article the author reflect on global pollution and global warming and discusses his experiences of being involved in environmental protection and environmentalism efforts. In the article he offers his opinions on global environmental degradation which is being seen in 2013 and on the benefits that people can find from becoming involved in protecting the global environment.


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