This book was different than I expected it to be, but definitely better. I thought it was going to be full of tips on how to avoid consumerism and over consumption, but it's more than that. The book is a compilation of writers who are writing on the same topic, but all stories are unique. So instead of getting one opinion on how to change, you are given a story or set of facts and then from there you decipher what is the right way for you to react.
The book is interesting, thought provoking, and clarifying. Its for those who want to learn more about consious consumption, and for those who arent satisfied with the Capitalistic society we live in today. This book is for anyone who is interested in the topic. Its definitely not race, class, religious exclusive.
What good I have to say about this book will never do it justice, but it is truly amazing.