Climate Inequality – Forgotten History. This CEED report finds extreme inequality in terms of who contributes to climate change and who benefits from greenhouse gas intensive development patterns. It links the eradication of the Indigenous commons in the U.S., housing and agricultural policy to the same market-based philosophy underlying the industrial world’s approach to solving climate change – concluding that long-lasting solutions to climate change must inherently be equitable in order to be sustainable. See more CEED publications here.
Report: Climate Inequality – Forgotten History
By CEED, Jan 15, 2014