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Consumerism promises a shortcut to a 'better' life through the accumulation of certain fashionable goods and experiences. Over recent decades, this has resulted in a rising tide of cheap, short-lived goods produced, used and discarded in increasingly rapid cycles, along the way depleting resources and degrading environmental systems. Somebody Else's Problem calls for a radical change in how we think about our material world, and how we design, make and use the products and services we need.

Publisher: Greenleaf Publishing in association with GSE Research

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Free Content Preliminary Material
pp. i-xx(20)

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Technology and acceleration
pp. 114-130(17)

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The consumption of nature
pp. 131-150(20)

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Learning from the past
pp. 151-168(18)

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Values, goals and time
pp. 169-184(16)

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Conclusion
pp. 206-214(9)

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About the author
pp. 215-215(1)

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