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Mainstream Green

by on Apr 16, 2011

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While we have been relatively good at getting people to believe in the importance of more sustainable behaviors, practices, and purchases, we ...

While we have been relatively good at getting people to believe in the importance of more sustainable behaviors, practices, and purchases, we
have been unable to convert this belief fully into action. The following charts — calculated by comparing the percentage of consumers who stated
that this green activity was very important or important to them to the percentage who stated they “usually do” this activity — prove the point.

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