Reviews for Inconspicuous Consumption:

To halt the climate crisis, we must first understand the many factors that create and sustain it, and this book offers the tools for that understanding. The author breaks complex issues down to be understandable to the lay reader, while her humor and wit ensure that readers will close the book feeling energized rather than hopeless.” —BOOKLIST (starred review)

With insight and urgency, Schlossberg prods readers to think more deeply about how they participate in these and other activities, and how they might mitigate their impact. In the process, she delivers an intriguing and educational narrative.” — PUBLISHERS WEEKLY

Avoiding dense technical language and writing in a highly personalized style laced with humor and asides, the author provides much-needed clarifications about climate change and pollution that not only empower average consumers with the ability to act and make informed decisions, but also encourage and inspire that action….If fighting climate change can be engaging, fun, and fulfilling, this is the road map.” — KIRKUS REVIEWS

…Schlossberg exposes the ways that our daily lives contribute to climate change. Focusing on food, fashion, technology and fuel, she shows how even the smallest decisions can have profound environmental consequences. – NEW YORK TIMES, “11 Books to Watch Out for This August.”

Interviews and more:

28 New Books Out In August 2019 To Add To Your End-Of-Summer Reading List (Bustle)

From Kochland to Standing Rock: Here Are the 16-plus Best Environmental Books of August (The Revelator)

The Seven Best Books to Read This August (Town and Country)

The Astrology Book Club: What to Read This Month, Based on Your Sign (LitHub)

What to Do About Climate Change? Answer Begins With You (Vineyard Gazette)

Inconspicuous Consumption Still Has A Cost (Living Lab, WCAI Radio)

The Internet’s Carbon Footprint (IRL Podcast)