Green, for Real or for Profit?

When corporations choose to have a green campaign, what is it they’re really trying to do? They can say they’re green now but anybody can say that. Large corporations can say sell their “green” product at a higher price and people will still buy it. Sure they’re tricking people that the product is so-called green at a higher price but what does the average consumer know? They’re not going to do full researches on if a product is green or not. If it says green, then they’ll back it. All a company needs to do is slap green on it and the masses will want it. So are they sincere when they say they’re trying to help raise awareness about the environment, or are the trying to squeeze money out of the consumer? What do you guys think about this? Do you believe that corporations just label a product green to make profit, or do they really want to help out?


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    mitchgaulke said,

    I believe that there are a small amount of companies that say they are green just for the profit but the majority of them really care. For the majority these companies truly care about their message they are trying to help promote and are truly trying to make the world a “greener” place.

    Mitch Gaulke

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