A new report finds global efforts to combat climate change over the past several years have been "gravely insufficient,” and according to the Global Commission on Adaptation, it's not so much money, but rather a lack of political leadership that's the source of the problem.

A new book from former New York Times science reporter Tatiana Schlossberg, "Inconspicuous Consumption: The Environmental Impact You Don't Know You Have," details ways in which our everyday choices in clothing, technology, food and fuel contribute to the problem — and how consumers can make a difference by demanding more of the companies and governments behind the systems at play.

Jim Braude was joined by Tatiana Schlossberg.