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Why more people than ever are living alone – and what this means for the environment

By Tullia Jack, Marie Skłodowska-Curie International Fellow, Department of the Built Environment, Aalborg University
Diana Ivanova, Research Fellow, University of Leeds
Kirsten Gram-Hanssen, Professor, Department of the Built Environment, Aalborg University
Milena Buchs, Associate Professor in Sustainability, Economics, and Low-Carbon Transitions, University of Leeds
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Globally, households are shrinking – more and more people are living alone. In 2016, almost two thirds of all households in the EU were composed of one or two people, with shrinking households also prevalent around the world. As countries move up the human development index, households are expected to continue…

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