Michael Brower; Warren Leon; Union of Concerned Scientists.
|描述：||xii, 292 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm|
|内容：||How many simple things do people need to do to save the planet? --
Media makes the message : garbage as a case study --
The real impact of household consumption --
Priorities for personal action --
Avoiding high-impact activities --
Seven rules for responsible consumption --
What you can ask government to do --
Epilogue : from Walden to Wal-Mart : consumers and their critics / Susan Strasser --
Appendixes: Research methods and results ; Resources for environmentally concerned citizens.
|其他题名：||Practical advice from the Union of Concerned Scientists|
|责任：||Michael Brower, Warren Leon.|
Looks at the relationship between American consumers and the environment, identifying the most significant consumer-related environmental problems, as well as the most damaging spending categories; discusses priority actions people should take to protect the environment; and includes rules for responsible consumption.