This piece was originally published on BrightSpot Social I recently wrote about why consumer behavior matters in response to Annie Leonard’s piece on why good citizens are more important than good consumers. Without rehashing that piece, I argued that good consumers help change our consumption culture and invest in sustainability, and that’s exactly what we […]
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Product substitution is relatively easy and something most of us are tuned into when two similar products have different prices – now we’re working with two products with different environmental benefits and costs. General themes to look for are environmentally preferable companies instead of conventional brands, reducing waste by getting products with less packaging, and sourcing as locally as possible.