Green Goods: Consumers, Product Labels and the Environment

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In the late 1980s governments and private sector companies developed seal of approval 'ecolabels' purporting to denote the most environment-friendly products available. In this major new study the numerous practical difficulties with both voluntary and compulsory 'ecolabel' schemes are examined.

1997, Studies in the Environment, ISBN 978 0 255 36441 6, 110pp, PB

See also:

Half a Cheer for Fair Trade by Philip Booth and Linda Whetstone.
 

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