The climate crisis is said to affect everyone, everywhere. In reality, it is the communities that have contributed little to climate change that must bear the brunt of its effects most, all while having fewer resources and means for protection. How is this fair? And how can individuals take a stand to foster environmental justice and rights for all? Read some of Landscape News‘s best stories from this year on the systemic issues responsible for environmental inequality and what people are doing to fight against it.
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