The term eco-sinner most popularly refers to Fred Pearce’s novel Confessions of an Eco-Sinner. This is a novel of self-exploration to see where everything in his daily life really comes from: clothes, coffee, etc. He refers to himself as someone who tries to do good but still inherently makes some decisions that are bad for the environment – aka, he’s an eco-sinner. The old saying, “The road to hell is paved with good intentions” sums up a lot of the attitude behind the purpose of the book. People think they’re fair trade coffee may be good, but it could possibly have some negative reprecussions, making them eco-sinners.
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