Tackling inequality will break the gridlock on what to do about climate change

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At the beginning of March, The Conversation published an article by Murray Leibbrandt and Anda David. In the article, the authors argue that inequality has played a role in limiting climate action to date and explain how inequality and climate have been intertwined. Given this, they go on to discuss how a different growth focus is needed going forward, some options for this, and ultimately how tackling inequalities can facilitate future climate action. Read the article.