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Over the past several decades, many environmental and social change efforts have come to reflect the centrality of shopping in our culture, suggesting change can be made—or is even best made—through alterations in our individual consumption patterns.
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Data « Chromoscope Blog. Chromoscope uses a variety of publicly available data to produce the multiwavelength sky you ultimately see.
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