- Eye Opening
- Concrete Examples
Journalist Edward Humes follows the trail of garbage from product production to waste collection to landfill, incinerator or ocean. He’s a diligent researcher, and he develops the intriguing portraits of his subjects in great detail. His reporting uncovers normal daily practices that have a huge, negative environmental impact. Humes’s shocking overview could foment changes in how you live, what you buy and how you eat. He can help managers and decision makers reconsider their business practices so that their companies learn to dispose of trash in a more environmentally sensitive way. He ends many sections with a quick-facts page that helpfully sums up the chapter’s important ideas. Humes’s detailed presentation of a solvable dilemma will intrigue managers, purchasers, supply-chain officers, entrepreneurs, retailers and every citizen who wants to live more cleanly.
About the Author
Edward Humes has written 11 nonfiction books, including Force of Nature: The Unlikely Story of Walmart’s Green Revolution, and has received a Pulitzer Prize and a Pen Center USA award. He contributes to The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times and Los Angeles magazine.