The high-impact, no-impact life

This richly deserves this.

These people are not leading a no-impact life, they’re living a publicity stunt combining the very worst of urban self-indulgence with the most extreme aspects of environmentalist self-denial, and they’re ridiculous at both extremes. It’ll supply ammo to anyone who desperately wants to believe that environmentalism is futile and a little crazy.

Bet the book sells, though social services should check on the kid.

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