The Social Equity of Sustainability
To make change within our cities and communities, we must provide sustainable solutions -- building and otherwise -- to all people equally. Awareness of sustainable living is widespread, but access to housing, jobs, resources, and education is often skewed to those who can best afford it.
In this whitepaper, we define:
- The five core principles of social justice.
- The eight specific and highly-actionable components of translating them into results.
- Examples of how professionals are measuring the impact of their social justice initiatives.
- Three powerful steps you can take immediately to ensure ALL people can be part of and benefit from the sustainable development imperative.
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