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New book sheds light on society's unseen environmental impact

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While much of the conversation surrounding climate change revolves around its visible signs, many unseen factors contribute to the issue. Namely, society’s collective consumption of products ranging from Netflix to cashmere sweaters. Climate journalist Tatiana Schlossberg joins Alex Witt to discuss her new book, “Inconspicuous Consumption: The Environmental Impact You Don’t Know You Have.”