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November’s Shopping Fest Is Massively Hurting the Environment

From what we buy to how we buy it — it’s all pretty bad

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Shopping. It’s even fun just to say it out loud, isn’t it? Of course, it’s much nicer to actually do it, and there’s no better time to shop than right now, November. The holidays are looming, stores are trying to ready themselves for next year’s lineup, so “SALES…

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