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This student essay consists of approximately 5 pages of analysis of Bill McKibben's "Driving Global Warming".
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Bill McKibben's "Driving Global Warming"

Summary: A summary and critique of Bill McKibben's 2001 article "Driving Global Warming," in which he argued that the sport utility vehicle contributes more to global warming than any other automobile.
Bill McKibben is a reputable environmental writer and a contributor to a wide variety of publications, including The New York Review of Books, Outside, and The New York Times. As found on his personal website, McKibben is a simple man concerned with family, faith, and fun. He argues in "Driving Global Warming," published 2001, in the magazine The Christian Century, that a gas guzzling SUV is the number one contributing automobile to global warming.

Rather recently, within the past ten years, SUVs have become a more predominant force in the society of automobiles. People of a certain social status seem to be the ones who purchase SUVs with an increased frequency. They have many features that are sold with them to entice consumers into buying them. McKibben presents his readers with a study done by the International Panel on Climate Change, which tells them that if...

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