Overcoming the Grip of Consumerism

@article{Kaza2000OvercomingTG,
  title={Overcoming the Grip of Consumerism},
  author={Stephanie Kaza},
  journal={Buddhist-Christian Studies},
  year={2000},
  volume={20},
  pages={23 - 42}
}
For fifteen years the Worldwatch Institute of Washington, D. C. has been publishing a review of the declining condition of the global environment (Brown et al. 1998). For the most part, the picture is not good. Much of the deterioration can be traced directly to human activities -urban expansion equates to species loss, industrial manufacturing to air pollution, factory farming to water pollution, chemical agriculture to poisoned soil. Accelerating these environmental impacts are rapidly rising… Expand
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