“Rather than talk about ‘sacrifice’, the environmental movement should be making the case for a state-led redistribution of wealth, as a means to meet human needs and wellbeing within the limits of the planet.” Dr Karen Bell, Senior Lecturer in Geography and Environmental Justice at the University of West of England, discusses how the environmental movement can be more inclusive of working-class people through the transition to a sharing economy and promoting a radical redistribution of wealth.

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