A recent article in Fast Company magazine speaks to the importance of making global health and sustainability locals actionable at the local level. The authors contend that "it can be difficult to determine how to address large and complex national issues. These need to be translated from theoretical commitments into measurable goals to create a sense of commitment and urgency. For example, emission targets need to be broken down into actionable objectives at the city level, which would make it more meaningful to its residents, who can then make small contributions that amount to significant outcomes for the city and beyond."
To read the article by Albert and Pandey, visit https://www.fastcompany.com/90...ose-who-live-in-them