Environmental journalist Tatiana Schlossberg paints a nuanced picture of how consumer purchases, food consumption and energy use intertwine. For example, organic farming preserves soil and reduces polluted runoff. However, organic yields are smaller than conventional yields and demand more farmland cut from wild places. With humor and perspective, Schlossberg clarifies how larger industry processes entwine with your small impact to spur climate change. Her message: Make better choices. Armed with her information, you can.
About the Author
Environmental journalist Tatiana Schlossberg’s work has appeared in The New York Times, the Atlantic and Bloomberg View.
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