on 26 July 2012
Personally, I thought it was a great book, especially the parts on women's rights, and building better neighborhoods. The chapter on the hydrogen zombie was humorous and educational as I did not really know much about hydrogen or the fascinating political story behind it. The book is written for an everyday audience and does not have technical jargon - just straightforward, thoughtful thinking on our big environmental challenges and how to approach them without partisan politics. Two thumbs up.
on 1 May 2014
Great and realistic expose of Green Delusions by Ozzie zehner and well worth getting a copy to run through his analyses. Look, I'm a deep green conservation activist and I've long seen the crass nature of the industrialisation of environmental rescue. The two do not mix in any rational manner. Ossie looks at this dichotomy in this book, with excellent exemplars and a good view to the future.