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It looks like the code you copied from is missing the part where your child theme styles are actually added to WordPress. It's a little strange they skipped over this, mind you! From the WordPress Codex article on child themes, you just need to modify your style enqueueing function so it includes this: wp_enqueue_style( 'child-style', ...
There are many differences in css files of both websites. For example, have a look at the div having class et-top-navigation by inspecting it in browser. You will find that in staging website, there is top padding and left padding applied while it is not in case of live website. Similarly check for other css changes in staging website or simply take backup ...
@nipponese is right. WordPress doesn't process Sass for themes. That was just for core files on wordpress.org.
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