Diet and the distribution of environmental impact.

@inproceedings{White2000DietAT,
  title={Diet and the distribution of environmental impact.},
  author={Thomas James White},
  year={2000}
}
Abstract This paper examines the relationship between scale and distribution issues. It is argued that since achieving a sustainable scale requires economic activity to stay within biophysical limits, considerations of equity should not be limited to the distribution of monetary measures such as income, but should include the distribution of scarce environmental services as well. In order to make this point this paper examines how differences in diet across populations lead to inequality in the… CONTINUE READING

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