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Time magazine called him the "world's best green journalist" and the Boston Globe lauded him as "probably the nation's leading environmentalist," but author Bill McKibben (The End of Nature; Eaarth) thinks of himself as an unlikely activist. His point though is seriously undercut by this manifesto for sustainability disguised as a memoir. Oil and Honey is, in fact, the work of a masterful activist. Its persuasiveness about the reality and effects of climate change make the book a galvanizing experience for any discerning reader. A rational incitement to action.