From veggie gardening to op-shopping, migrants are the quiet environmentalists | Sukhmani Khorana

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Research shows ethnic minorities are often under-represented in the urban environmental movement, yet often practice sustainability at home

The organised environmental movement is largely a white, middle-class space. But our research shows migrants care for nature in other ways – including living sustainably in their everyday lives.

This is most obvious on the domestic front. From repurposing goods to keeping vegetable gardens and being careful with electricity use, migrants are highly likely to practise sustainable living – sometimes without even realising it.

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