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It refers to the process of selling products
& services based on their Environmental
benefits .
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The term green marketing came into
prominence in the late 1980s and early
1990s. The American Marketing
Association hel...
It is that potential consumers will view a
products or services “Greeness” as a
benefit & base their decisions accordingly...
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The emerging GREEN HOUSE GAS
REDUCTION MARKET can potentially
catalyze projects with important local
environmental, eco...
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Reputation
Gaining and retaining customers
Cost savings ( C N G )
Innovation in products and operations
S...
Philips
 Aveda
 Long Hog
 Unilever
 Marks and Spencer
 Canon
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Get Your Brand out there
 Sustainable Packaging
 Transportation
 Give Local Love Receive Local Love
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Consumers awareness ( education and
knowledge ) .
Variety of products.
Price of green products are slightly ...
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Green marketing (2)

  1. 1.  It refers to the process of selling products & services based on their Environmental benefits .
  2. 2.  The term green marketing came into prominence in the late 1980s and early 1990s. The American Marketing Association held the first workshop on “Ecological Marketing” in 1975. The proceedings of this workshop resulted in one of the first books on Green Marketing Entitled “Ecological Marketing”.
  3. 3. It is that potential consumers will view a products or services “Greeness” as a benefit & base their decisions accordingly.  Green Marketing is growing greatly as increasing numbers of consumers are willing to back their environmental conciousnesses with their dollars, it can be DANGEROUS.  Presenting a products or services as green when it’s not is called GREEN WASHING. 
  4. 4.  The emerging GREEN HOUSE GAS REDUCTION MARKET can potentially catalyze projects with important local environmental, economic, & quality-of-life benefits. The KYOTO PROTOCOL’S Clean Development Mechanism is in used for NEWCASTLE but although the UNITED STATES is not participating in the KYOTO PROTOCOL because they enable their programs, & transacts on a Regulatory basis.
  5. 5.         Reputation Gaining and retaining customers Cost savings ( C N G ) Innovation in products and operations Staff Developments Energ y, Enthusiasm and Openness Supplier Contracting Electronics sector
  6. 6. Philips  Aveda  Long Hog  Unilever  Marks and Spencer  Canon 
  7. 7. Get Your Brand out there  Sustainable Packaging  Transportation  Give Local Love Receive Local Love 
  8. 8.       Consumers awareness ( education and knowledge ) . Variety of products. Price of green products are slightly more. People does not want to stop Consuming but want to buy ways that does not harm the environment. To construct a consumer society that accommodates less waste and lower emission.

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