"Sweatshops, fair trade, climate change, ethical investment, organic food ... shopping can sometimes feel like a moral minefield. Which companies and products should we support or avoid? And which claims of social responsibility can we trust? The Rough Guide to Shopping with a Conscience cuts through the greenwash to answer these and many other questions. The Issues Do boycotts work? Is buying local better? How can we reduce our impact on global warming? The Products From coffee to cars, fish to furniture, pensions to plane tickets - the problems and the ethical options. The Companies Where to shop and what to look for in food, clothes, banks, travel agencies and much more. Packed full of information and with tips on how to do your own research, The Rough Guide to Shopping with a Conscience is the essential handbook for responsible consumers. Book jacket."--BOOK JACKET.
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