Daniel Goleman's Ecological Intelligence (Part One)



Even those of you with good, green intentions are being pretty much ineffective as you grope toward a hazy green mirage. Why? Your ecological intelligence—your knowledge of the real impacts of the things you buy and do—is pitifully low. Daniel Goleman is the author of the mega best-selling Emotional Intelligence, a psychologist, and a New York Times science contributor. His newest book, Ecological Intelligence, is a look behind the veil at the true cost of what we buy.

More of Goleman's in-depth conversations with his experts can he found here.

Listen to the podcast of this interview via iTunes, or just click here to listen, right-click to download.

(Music from Casey Driessen)

Tags: Air Pollution | Clothing | Concrete | Cosmetics | Environmental Certifications | Environmental Footprint | Fruits & Vegetables

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