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Responsible Consumption


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Responsible Consumption

  1. 1. RESPONSIBLE CONSUMPTION Cielo Rugel Beltrán
  2. 2. What is Responsible Consumption?  Responsible consumption is a concept advocated by ecological, social and political organizations who believe that humans would do well to change their consumption habits adjusting to their real needs and choosing options on the market that promote environmental conservation and social equality .
  3. 3. How can we apply it?  If you decide to buy something, well see what raw material is manufactured, how its manufacturing process impacts the environment and if it generates any damage or social injustice.  Also consider what impact the environment and the social environment (especially close to you) has the use of what you plan to buy.  Every time you buy something, you must also consider the impact caused by waste and garbage generated.  Avoid products "disposable" if they are not strictly necessary.  Rejects plastic bags in supermarkets and leading retailers. If you can, to do the shopping, bring your own cloth bags, paper, cardboard or even plastic ones previously used until they are worn out.  Give priority to products returnable or reusable containers.
  4. 4. Which countries take part of it?  United Kingdom  Spain  Peru  Mexico  Canada  Brazil  France  Netherlands  USA  China  India  Japan  UAE  Germany  Italy
  5. 5. Online shop for Responsible Consumption (PERU)  Your purchases will support various social programs. The first virtual shop responsible consumption in Peru launched, leaves a mark on the world (DUHEM), where the products are marketed as a common factor contributing to society.  Products sold by DUHEM support a social cause, in various fields like education, health, environment, human rights and development.  Each field is represented by an NGO Alternative CHS involved in the field of human rights and social causes.
  6. 6. “Sustainable development is a healthy future Avoid excess you decide”
  7. 7. THE END 