Roland Geyer

Author; Professor of Industrial Ecology, University of California, Santa Barbara.

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Industrial ecology professor Roland Geyer shares ways to reduce consumption while keeping the holiday magical.

What to give, when the planet is in peril?

Industrial ecology professor Roland Geyer shares ways to reduce consumption while keeping the holiday magical.

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