Christensen, Carleton B.
Contemporary systems of production, distribution, and retail provide many
end-consumers, although certainly not all, with an unprecedentedly wide
choice of cheap, high quality goods and services. Yet this bounty comes at ever
higher, ultimately unsustainable environmental and social cost. Something must
change but what and how? Simply how production, distribution and retail
are organized? Simply patterns of consumption, that is, overconsumption on
the part of some, who must be convinced...[Show more]
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