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The Story of Stuff

Activist Annie Leonard wrote and narrates this eye opening anticonsumerism video that traces the links between what we consume as finished goods and what is consumed in the production of those goods. The hidden costs of consumption costs attributable to
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Activist Annie Leonard wrote and narrates this eye-opening anticonsumerism video that traces the links between what we consume as finished goods and what is consumed in the production of those goods. The hidden costs of consumption--costs attributable to pollution, waste disposal, and transportation--are also explored. [20 mins, 40 secs]

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