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A BETTER WAY Possible Solutions
Conscious Consuming:  Aware of what you buy, and the impact it has on the environment.
Consumer Labeling:  A label that tells how much waste was produced, and how the product was made.
Corporate Social Responsibility:  Hold businesses responsible for ethical manufacturing of a product.
Cradle to Cradle Design:  Everything used to create a product can be reused or recycled.
Extended Producer Responsibility:  Producers are responsible for reducing waste.  <ul><li>Producers are responsible to col...
Fair Trade:  Members of this organization agree to give fair wages and environmental sustainability .
Governmental Accountability:  Government can give incentives for producing sustainable goods and services.
Green Chemistry:  The use of nontoxic chemicals to produce goods.
Local Living Economies:   Buy from people that live in the community.
Zero Waste:  Eliminate waste and toxic chemicals in products, and make sure materials are not burned.
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  1. 1. A BETTER WAY Possible Solutions
  2. 2. Conscious Consuming: Aware of what you buy, and the impact it has on the environment.
  3. 3. Consumer Labeling: A label that tells how much waste was produced, and how the product was made.
  4. 4. Corporate Social Responsibility: Hold businesses responsible for ethical manufacturing of a product.
  5. 5. Cradle to Cradle Design: Everything used to create a product can be reused or recycled.
  6. 6. Extended Producer Responsibility: Producers are responsible for reducing waste. <ul><li>Producers are responsible to collect old products, and disposing of them. </li></ul>
  7. 7. Fair Trade: Members of this organization agree to give fair wages and environmental sustainability .
  8. 8. Governmental Accountability: Government can give incentives for producing sustainable goods and services.
  9. 9. Green Chemistry: The use of nontoxic chemicals to produce goods.
  10. 10. Local Living Economies: Buy from people that live in the community.
  11. 11. Zero Waste: Eliminate waste and toxic chemicals in products, and make sure materials are not burned.
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