The concept of sustainability is a large, lumbering, complicated beast with tentacles reaching out into every corner of society. It touches transportation, the economy, development, energy, and on and on.
But there is one area where many of the concepts of sustainability collide — poverty.
After all, it’s the poor who shoulder the biggest burden of the practices collectively called “unsustainable”: a reliance on single-vehicle commuting, perhaps, or energy from fossil fuels.
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