Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) addresses issues of poverty, place, and an aging society. In their work, they aim to support resilient communities and places where people thrive. To do so, they’ve launched programs to raise awareness about issues such as climate change.
This infographic shows the disparities between carbon emissions, revealing that the top 10% of the highest earners in the UK are producing 16,143 KG CO2, compared to 5,026 KG CO2 produced by the lowest 10% of earners.
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