The Last Taboo: Opening the Door on the Global Sanitation Crisis #(2021)
- Title: The Last Taboo: Opening the Door on the Global Sanitation Crisis
- Author: Maggie Black
- ISBN: 9781844075447
- Page: 135
- Format: Paperback
The Last Taboo: Opening the Door on the Global Sanitation Crisis Best Read || [Maggie Black] - The Last Taboo: Opening the Door on the Global Sanitation Crisis, The Last Taboo Opening the Door on the Global Sanitation Crisis This penetrating and highly readable book lifts the lid on the global sanitation crisis and the solutions already at hand It is an ideal introduction for practitioners students activists and policy
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I read the first half of this book as required reading for a class, and didn t like it at all I kept thinking, this is terrible, and could feel my brain dying The author just keeps repeating fact after fact, with no real transitions between the subjects, and really, everything that was said could have been said in a book a tenth the length People just feel a book needs to be 200 300 pages, so they fill in a bunch of pages with useless time wasting mind numbing garbage On top of that, the authors [...]
i cannot even construct a coherent review for this book it s informative, interesting, and thought provoking you will never look at waste the same way this book exposes the global sanitation crises but it also introduces the reader to different cultures and how waste sanitation is valued and interpreted across the globe if you end up giving this book a chance WHICH YOU SHOULD , you ll be presently surprised by how captivating shit can be.
Well I read this book for my dissertation of coursebut it was really really good I think I cited it about 20 times So easy to read.d so interestingeven for people who didn t think they cared about the excess of open shit in poor countriesI swear
A book everyone must read to understand the undignified life that than 2 billion people live in this world While highly informative, this book instills a sense of urgency among those who are fortunate enough to have a clean and closed space to relieve themselves.
Probably the best overview Accessible but informative and detailed I saw this remaindered in a bookshop and hesitated now I kind of wish I hadn t.
Thoughts extremely dismissive of other ways of doing hygiene and quite ranty in places But otherwise a great overview of sanitation issues globally.
The Last Taboo: Opening the Door on the Global Sanitation Crisis Best Read || [Maggie Black] 135 Maggie Black