The subtitle is:
Exposing the Vital Link Between What We Do and What That Does to Our Planet.
I learned a tremendous amount reading this book. Systematically the author walks us through exotic places and shows us the adverse effect of human activity on the planet, in areas where we’d never expect it.
I am a skeptic. I don’t fall for fads. But let me tell you this:
- I am going to review my personal use of electricity.
- I changed my thoughts on how to do the dishes.
- Water use (or abuse) has a different meaning.
- Paper and recycling (or rather, not printing that page of paper in the first place) has new meaning to me now.
- I am going to be more careful about recycling my garbage.
- I will watch product labels and origins more carefully.
The list goes on.
The book is very readable and written in a no nonsense style. He just makes sense.
Go the Kostigan’s Web Site and get more information and updates, and be amazed about some of the asinine negative comments.
Thank you, Chelsea, for giving me this book for Christmas. It made an impact.
A few days after I first published this post, I ran into this picture on MSN, which references one of locales a chapter of the book is dedicated to.