Green Movement: Putting a Price on the Environment

Even a recession won't quell the green movement, but a price reduction wouldn't hurt, industry observers told SN. The green trend is bigger than the current economic slowdown, David Lockwood, director, U.S. research, Mintel Reports, Mintel International Group, Chicago, said. Green buying might be a little slower than it would have been if the economy were still robust, but the main point is that the

Even a recession won't quell the green movement, but a price reduction wouldn't hurt, industry observers told SN.

“The green trend is bigger than the current economic slowdown,” David Lockwood, director, U.S. research, Mintel Reports, Mintel International Group, Chicago, said. “Green buying might be a little slower than it would have been if the economy were still robust, but the main point is that the market for green items will be relatively stronger than the market for conventional

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