We’re 10 years out from 2030, the deadline for meeting the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Many of these goals, like good health and wellbeing or zero hunger, have become even more critical during the pandemic, but the crisis threatens to derail progress on others, like climate action. The potential benefits of others still have come into sharper view — for instance, we’ve been able to see the environmental benefits of slower and more localized production and consumption, an important aspect of SDG 12.
Thankfully, activists and advocates across Canada are p
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