One of the beautiful people out there riding jets for book tours and maybe global warming conferences is very, very, upset with the rest of us for our “inconspicuous” consumption.
Pay no attention any more to the superrich for that conspicuous consumption on carbon-spewing yachts and jets flying to global warming conferences, the big problem now is shaming those who can only afford hamburgers. Biteback, see?
Twenty-nine year old Tatiana Celia Kennedy Schlossberg
‘s new book, “Inconspicuous Consumption
” comes out today, and she’s already kicked off
a cross-country book tour for it starting in Martha’s Vineyard, wending around to the Hamptons, Manhattan, Cambridge, Portland, Maine, hipster Brooklyn, Los Angeles Seattle, Portland (different Portland), Santa Cruz, Berkeley, Washington, then back to Telluride for the rich ski bums, Denver, then back again to Vermont and ending in Boston, burning a lot of carbon to do it unless she’s taking the bus. There were actually quite a few more toney towns and cities
she’ll burn carbon for to make appearances at that I didn’t mention.
According to Mike Allen’s top-ten column in Axios:
Out today, from former N.Y. Times science writer Tatiana Schlossberg, “Inconspicuous Consumption: The Environmental Impact You Don’t Know You Have” […]
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