What should we buy MORE of?

What should we buy MORE of? This title is a bit intentionally provocative and I recognize that many people (including me) would prefer to live in a less consumption-focused society. However, people with disposable incomes will largely want to spend it on something, and the green movement can sometimes be more creative in coming up with don’ts than dos in this regard. Hence I would like to challenge people to come up with goods or services that have zero or close to zero climate impact and preferable a positive social…

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“#Green Is the New Black” and could be worth more than $100 Billion.

“Green Is the New Black” and could be worth more than $100 Billion. The apparel industry is one of the biggest generators of greenhouse gasses (more than international flights and shipping combined) and consumers are taking notice. Brands that become more sustainable could unlock billions in value, because that’s increasingly what people want. But will they? https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-01-16/why-sustainable-fashion-is-important-it-could-be-worth-billions submitted by /u/dabirds1994 to r/sustainability [link] [comments] top scoring links : multi

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All we owe to animals: It is not enough to conserve species and ecosystems. We have an ethical duty to care for each individual animal on earth – Jeff Sebo

All we owe to animals: It is not enough to conserve species and ecosystems. We have an ethical duty to care for each individual animal on earth – Jeff Sebo submitted by /u/AWorlock to r/sustainability [link] [comments] top scoring links : multi

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There is a real lack of critical thinking when it comes to Overpopulation. People automatically jumping to the conclusion that bringing the topic up will lead to eugenics or genocide. Meanwhile not addressing the issue is leaving millions & millions of people in poverty, suffering and dying.

There is a real lack of critical thinking when it comes to Overpopulation. People automatically jumping to the conclusion that bringing the topic up will lead to eugenics or genocide. Meanwhile not addressing the issue is leaving millions & millions of people in poverty, suffering and dying. submitted by /u/outontheplains to r/sustainability [link] [comments] top scoring links : multi

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