Former Sierra Club head contends the environmental movement has lost its way
Critics of the environmental movement argue that environmentalists need to reshape their message to regain relevance with voters and with lawmakers on Capitol Hill. But has the movement become too fractured to coalesce around a common theme? During today's OnPoint, Mike McCloskey, former executive director of the Sierra Club, and author of the new book "In the Thick of It: My Life in the Sierra Club," talks about how the movement changed during his forty years with the organization. Plus, McCloskey looks back at his time spent battling Reagan-era Interior Secretary James Watt, and his relationship with the previous Bush and Clinton administrations.