I would describe the review as weakly positive, mostly because the author thinks are significant limits to the impacts of greening choices in everyday life. Due to this strong baseline view, I think the review could perhaps look at it from the other side, i.e., that government regulation and infrastructure influence everyday behavior. The reviewer writes about my book:
"The book is at its best when it acknowledges the limits of green consumption and highlights the promise of regulation that re-engineers, in small ways and large, the fabric of daily choice. Where Czarnezki really shines, though, is when he considers the interplay between individual consumer choice and broad policy change."