a short, fun, fierce manifesto — for an American environmentalism that is hugely more effective, a whole lot fairer, and infinitely less righteous
“In this moment of reckoning, Jenny Price calls us out to call us in and does so with humor, insight and an in-your-face attitude that is informed and dare I say, hopeful about our capacity to change how we think, see and ‘do’ green”
— Carolyn Finney, Black Faces, White Spaces
“Pithy, funny, exasperated, and informed…you cannot read a more important 100 pages than Stop Saving the Planet.”
Yes, we need a Green New Deal, or call it a Great Changes Environmentalism — but regardless, we definitely don’t have time for all this “what can I do?,” “buy something!,” carbon speculating, green growth, greenwashing, just do something, A for effort!, self-deluding, trickle-down “save the planet!” utter ridiculous bullshit.