Important People in Inconspicuous Consumption

Tatiana Schlossberg
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Tatiana Schlossberg

Tatiana Schlossberg is the author of Inconspicuous Consumption. She is also a journalist who has worked and written for the New York Times. Her primary focus throughout her career has been on climate change and environmental degradation. In setting out to write Inconspicuous Consumption, her interest was in demystifying the complicated and often opaque networks which cloud the individual's understanding of the natural world, and her impact in its evolution and decay.

Throughout the text, Schlossberg allows her authentic individual voice to guide her reader through complicated and overwhelming scientific and statistical data and explorations. Schlossberg includes herself as a member of the collective, another human who has made choices which have contributed to poor climatic decisions, and therefore, an individual whose decisions can be amended for good. In each section of the text, Schlossberg includes personal anecdotes not only of her daily life and habits...

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