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Entering a climate-changed world with chutzpah and bananas -- Amory Lovins

SNOWMASS, Colo. -- Oct. 13, 2009, was the day when Stewart Brand -- a former guru to the environmental movement -- published his book "Whole Earth Discipline." It stressed the need for nuclear power to help reduce the risks of climate change. On the same day, his former friend and business associate, Amory Lovins, retaliated with a 20,000-word barrage on the Internet.


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