is sustainability a privilege?

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I have spit out a lot of rhetoric and information, on this blog, about sustainability and the progression of climate change. However, something I don’t always mention is the economic considerations of being sustainable. Not everyone can afford package free toothpaste or 100% recycled material clothing. And while there may be a lot of companies that are trying to make sustainability more affordable, not everyone has access to them. Additionally, we live in a society and have a government that turns a blind eye to companies that overlook their effect on climate change, because it’s economically profitable for them. If we want to promote climate change action effectively, then we need to make sure that it’s an option for everyone, and holds everyone accountable.

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let’s talk about the coronavirus

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I already wrote a post, a while ago, about how everyone should stop joking about the coronavirus. This was before it was in America, but was still very serious. I tried to warn everyone, but here we are. I had to write more about it so that I can fully comprehend what is happening, but also so we can document it. Two posts are coming out, dedicated to this global epidemic. The first, this post, is just about the facts and about how the government, big brands, and people are reacting. The next post is going to talk about how we should reflect and learn from the situation that everyone is in. I’m also including more credible resources and some opinion pieces that I enjoyed, at the bottom of the page, in case you want to do some more reading.  Continue reading