Assuming that by “cities like Detroit and Pittsburgh” you mean “economically disadvantaged cities”, I would have to agree that these individuals are less likely to live green. The theory here is that living green costs more money than not living green. And if people have less money, they are less likely to put their money towards living green. If you’re poor, are you going to buy a healthy meal from the grocery store and cook it yourself, or are you going to pick a burger up at McDonald’s? One is better for you, but also more expensive.
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