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She is getting really into healthier living and eating, so this was right up her alley.
There is some interesting things in the book but it is laid out so poorly you have to weed through all kinds of useless facts to get to it.
For my perspective it's difficult to understand but overall very informative for the reader.
I enjoyed it. The author works for a company that does work with companies, etc. on their carbon footprint so it was cool that he tried to give it a view for the everyday... Read morePublished 3 months ago by tleeminnieme
It was a somewhat interesting read, but there are a few things in this book that I just cannot get past:
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The description led me to believe that this book offered a narrative on waste and the environmental impact of our everyday choices. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Kyle A J
I truly recognize the efforts Mike Berners-Lee applied on the making of this book and there are really nice insights on it. However, after reading the first cases I felt bored. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Phil Stark
This book is filled with a lot of interesting information, unfortunately presented in a choppy, dry format that makes it near impossible to read through in very long sessions. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Reason
This reads like a special interests piece for a magazine.
While the set up is easy to follow, the book itself never delves into the depths of the subject. Read more
This interesting book helps put everyday consumer decisions into ecological perspective. Some lessons are obvious (buying fruit and veggies out of season shipped in from exotic... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Amazon Customer
the book is cheap and seems new not broken. but i waited for over one week to recevied the book.Published 13 months ago by zwzwendy
For my perspective it's difficult to understand but overall very informative for the reader. I was impressed. The writer made his homework!Published 17 months ago by Mary-Ann