Confessions of An Eco-Sinner
Fred Pearce writer
Fred Pearce explores the true environmental cost of living even a modest Western lifestyle. From our morning coffee, to the use of a computer at work, to a beer at the end of the day: all of these normal daily activities impact the environment. Given the far-reaching ecological consequences our lifestyles, what are our options?
Fred Pearce is a former news editor at New Scientist. Currently its environment and development consultant, he has written for Audubon, Popular Science, Time, the Boston Globe, and Natural History. His books include When the Rivers Run Dry, With Speed and Violence, and Deep Jungle.
Co-sponsored by Tim Weiskel.
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