The Atlas Society Asks Michael Shellenberger

November 18, 2020 00:55:40
The Atlas Society Asks Michael Shellenberger
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The Atlas Society Asks Michael Shellenberger
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Show Notes

Michael Shellenberger’s latest best-selling book, Apocalypse Never, is a lifelong environmentalist activist. The 2020 book came about as a result of his concern about the lack of science in the public discussion on climate change. He writes on a variety of topics, such as homelessness, addiction, and California’s forest fires.

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