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Sustainability for Beginners: Bite 4

The social aspect of sustainability.


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So in this our final chapter in the series, we tackle the not-as-well-known social aspect of sustainability. When you think of being “green” you don’t immediately think being “fair”. But this is one of the most important parts. Think about it, what good is protecting the natural world if we’re destroying our neighbor’s and future neighbors’ ability to enjoy it?

I hope these 4 concepts, built around the Natural Step Framework, give you a jumping off point to do your own digging on the topics presented. But more importantly I hope there’s something in here that motivates you to do something, anything to contribute. Even if it’s just spreading the knowledge.

The size of the problem = the size of the opportunity

Read How to Eat a green Elephant: Bite 4 here

The other 3 are available here:

Bite 1

Bite 2

Bite 3

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Andrew Davies

Drew's degrees in Illustration, 2D animation and Broadcast Design, and his volleyball skillz mean he can get your design done and play well with others at the same time. He’s the Creative Director at Paragon and will call you out if you start hanging out with shady-looking fonts and messing around with whacked-out color palettes.

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