The Argument for the Death of Environmentalism Michael Shellenberger, co-author of a controversial essay "The Death of Environmentalism," argues the environmental movement needs to work on attracting popular support. He accuses environmentalists of losing sight of saving the environment amid political interests.
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The Argument for the Death of Environmentalism

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The Argument for the Death of Environmentalism

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Michael Shellenberger, co-author of a controversial essay "The Death of Environmentalism," argues the environmental movement needs to work on attracting popular support. He accuses environmentalists of losing sight of saving the environment amid political interests.