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Sierra Club Radio - October 17, 2009

This week on Sierra Club Radio: 1) Senator Barbara Boxer talks with us about the new climate bill and why we need to take action to stop global warming; 2) Kim Teplitsky and Holly Jones from the Sierra Student Coalition on a new campaign to kick dirty coal off college campuses; 3) John Muir scholar Bonnie Gisel talks with us about the life of the conservation hero, and her new book Nature's Beloved Son: Rediscovering John Muir's Botanical Legacy

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