SDG 13: Climate Action

Climate justice is also a local health issue. These 4 grassroots solutions are tackling both

Supporting local community gardens is one way to tackle climate justice and community health and wellbeing

One way to tackle local health and climate issues is by supporting the development of local, healthy food sources. Image: Unsplash /

Noa Gafni
Executive Director, Rutgers Institute for Corporate Social Innovation
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