Bill McKibben and Paul Hawken

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Author and climate activist Bill McKibben was among hundreds arrested at the White House recently at an environmental protest over a proposed Canada-U.S. oil pipeline. McKibben joins us in the studio -- along with veteran environmentalist and entrepreneur Paul Hawken -- to talk about approaches to tackling climate change.

McKibben, whose group organized the protest, is advocating civil disobedience to demand government action on global warming.

Guests:

Bill McKibben, founder of 350.org, an international climate campaign, and author of books including "Eaarth: Making a Life on a Tough New Planet"

Paul Hawken, environmentalist, founder and former CEO of Smith & Hawken, current CEO of One Sun Solar and author of books including "Blessed Unrest" and "The Ecology of Commerce"

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