Early tomorrow morning, I’m interviewing Lester Brown. What should I ask him?

Brown founded the Worldwatch Institute and the Earth Policy Institute, where he now serves as president. He’s the author of the recently released Plan B 2.0, which is, as I said yesterday, the best big-picture summary of our environmental situation — both the problems and the solutions — I’ve ever read. (All in a slim 266 pages, not including the copious footnotes.)

The entire book is online in both HTML and PDF form. But you should buy it anyway, just to toss a couple bucks EPI’s way.

Anyway, Brown is a legend in environmental circles; the Washington Post called him "one of the world’s most influential thinkers." And I’m just some blogger.

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So what should I ask him?