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If consumers are becoming ever more aware of and interested in global environmental and social challenges, why is their behavior largely not reflective of this? How is it that those who buy the most stuff feel the least 'consumer guilt,' while still expressing the highest levels of awareness? Recent studies have found these and other perplexing contradictions between consumer beliefs, on the one hand, and purchasing behaviors on the other. To help us understand the consumer psyche on a deeper level, through hard facts and a healthy dose of empathy, we are joined by a stellar research panel of domain experts.