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date: 18 August 2019


Berkshire Encyclopedia of Sustainability

Ecolabels are logos that inform consumers about a product’s environmental features from production to disposal. Ecolabels may cover all attributes affecting the environment or a single one, such as organic production or energy efficiency. Many consumers will pay more for environmentally friendly goods if they can identify them easily and trustworthily. Understanding how that price premium works, however, it is not always a straightforward process. ...

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