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What’s The Real Problem With Sustainability? — Only the Rich Can Afford It

Sustainability is starkly inequitable.

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While the fight against climate change rings out as a collective cause, its consequences have never been shared equally. The struggle for some claim to a common future repeatedly leaves behind those who have already borne the biggest compromises to health and wellbeing for…

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Amanda Hanemaayer

Amanda Hanemaayer

Striving to live a life defined by empathy | writing about climate change, public health and social justice

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