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The Ecological Shadows of Rising Consumption 1. An Unbalanced Global Political Economy 2. Dying of Consumption I.
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The Shadows of Consumption: Consequences for the Global Environment
Killing Markets with Activism. Hunting Beaters for Globalizing Markets The Illusions of Environmentalism The book focuses almost exclusively on the effects of American industry and uses case studies including somewhat unfortunately the growth of General Motors to get across ideas such as planned obsolescence - products built to quickly become obsolete, forcing consumers to buy again.
Although he might well have been excused for maintaining a downbeat view throughout this entire book, Dauvergne makes a cheery effort to point out the positive changes that are being made to combat the effects of the industries he discusses. This is so he claims readers can trust that what they are getting here is an objective - as far as this is possible - view of affairs.
However, he does later criticise the success of efforts so far undertaken to reduce environmental damage as too local, and points out that they do little to protect the most vulnerable people and ecosystems. We work hard - with a small budget and tiny editorial team - to bring you the wide-ranging, independent journalism we know you value and enjoy, but we need your help.
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