As we have seen with other issues in this course, there is a wide gulf between the experiences of the world’s poorest and richest countries. Approximately 20% of the world’s population lives in the highest-income countries and they account for 86% of total private consumption including 45% of all meat and fish, and 58% of total energy. In contrast, the 20% of the world that lives in the poorest countries consume 5% of the meat and fish, and less than 4% of the energy. Explore this in more depth here: https://www.globalissues.org/issue/235/consumption-and-consumerism
What does consumption have to do with the production of manufactured goods? And, how is it connected to the challenges of the disparity in global consumption? Explore the Story of Stuff website, found here: https://storyofstuff.org/
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