Fresh Living

I really got some Earth Day inspiration from this video on “eco-equity,” a call to transform the “pollution-based economy” of the last century into a “sustainable, green, and clean” economy that creates jobs–particularly in urban areas where low-income people want to work, they want to breathe, and they don’t want to have to trade in one for the other.

Yes! Magazine published these downloadable teaching materials for high school students on eco-justice, green economics, and restorative justice for cities.  Wow. 

Join the Discussion
comments powered by Disqus