Paul Hawken: The World's Largest Social Movement Has No Name

Paul Hawken speaking about the world's largest social movement, consisting of hundreds of thousands of grassroots organizations that address social and environmental justice. Hawken's explores how this movement came into being and why no one saw it coming or even recognized it as a movement until recently.

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