on November 14, 2006
This book is hard to categorize due to its subject matter, but it seems it's equally relevant to those interested in the environment, politics, business and the economy... or those who just want to find out more about an important issue that will become more and more urgent as time goes by. I didn't already know a lot on this topic, but I could still understand it, probably because of the clear way the author explained his points. I was pleasantly surprised by the section on personal energy plans; it gave me some ideas I hadn't thought of to not only save engergy and resources, but to save money as well (and feel good doing it, I expect). Would recommend the book for either enlightenment or research (the author cites many other sources, directing the reader to a wealth of other info on the topic, so might be good for students/profs).