Owning Fewer Devices Isn’t Always Better for the Environment


Oladele Ogunseitan, professor of social ecology, is quoted in this article by OneZero about how owning less devices is not necessarily better for the environment because of the increase in the amount of people who own devices, production and other factors. Ogunseitan says, "we’ve documented over the years that consideration about the environment and human health often comes after the economic and consumer preferences in terms of providing functionality."

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