The way we consume is not sustainable and there are severe consequences to
our actions that must be addressed. The mass consumption trend has fuelled the
global economy by creating growth in industries such as retailing and
On a global scale, these two industries have among the largest
environmental footprints, making them an easy target for further regulation. We
fear that fast fashion, the shipping and transportation sector and other
expressions of modern consumerism could be at risk, while forestry companies
could see their assets turn into green solutions in the coming decades.
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