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How To Measure Success at Copenhagen? - Bill McKibben's Stuart Schulzke interviews founder Bill McKibben on how environmental activists will evaluate the success of international climate agreements reached at the 2009 COP15 Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen.'s complete coverage of the COP15 Climate Change Conference: ----- Environmentalist Bill McKibben is a scholar in environmental studies at Middlebury College. McKibben is an American environmentalist and writer who frequently writes about global warming, alternative energy, and the risks associated with human genetic engineering. Beginning in the summer of 2006, he led the organization of the largest demonstrations against global warming in American history. McKibben is active in the Methodist Church, and his writing sometimes has a spiritual bent. He is the author of The End of Nature (1989), the first book for a general audience about global warming. Recent books include Enough (2004), which critiques human genetic engineering and other rapidly advancing technologies; Wandering Home (2005), which catalogs his foot-travels across the Vermont landscape; and Age of Missing Information (2006), in which he compares his experience watching 1700 hours of videotaped TV to that of contemplating nature in the Adirondacks. Stuart Schulzke is's Director of Content Development. He earned two graduate degrees at the University of Oxford and his research has ranged from conflict resolution in Palestine to anti-corruption strategies in post-communist Central and Eastern Europe. Schulzke previously worked for the United States House of Representatives, primarily in framing media strategies for the Congressional Human Rights Caucus.
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