October 24, 2005
How Green Is It?
Many of us in the Northwest have explored “green” options for consumer goods and services. Whether this means purchasing organic fruits from the farmers market or buying hybrid vehicles, we’d like to be healthier and reduce our ecological footprint.
But sorting out fact from fiction when buying green can be daunting. To help you clear up some of the confusion, NEW has put together a short list of some good online sources to answer questions you may have about, say, whether or not that eyeliner truly wasn’t tested on animals.
We’d also like to hear about guides and resources that you’ve found helpful in making the right choices—we can’t cover them all! Please comment below to share those sites with other readers.
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We try to select things that are organic and local. Something that is organic and produced in Mexico will just add to the use of diesel fuel and put more trucks on the highways.
Posted by: Dave Kruse | Oct 24, 2005 4:12:33 PM
One reader suggested The Ethical Consumer, a British magazine on ethical purchasing: http://www.ethicalconsumer.org.
Posted by: Leigh Sims | Nov 7, 2005 11:04:26 AM
I found this site for solarbacks.
Posted by: paul | Nov 28, 2005 1:50:43 PM