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BabyGanics & Burt’s Bees: the only brands that don’t cause Baby Girl to break out in hives

Chipotle: show fast food owners that quality is worth the price

EWG’s Dirty Dozen and Clean 15 Produce

gDiapers: the EPA estimated 7.6 billion pounds of disposable diapers were added to America’s landfills in 2008, if you plan on teaching your baby to clean up after themselves, this is a great way to start

EWG’s Meat Eater’s Guide: cut back or just make more informed choices

EWG’s Skin Deep Cosmetics Database: know what’s in what you put on your skin

Terra Choice: make sure that label is legit

All American citizen have rights. All Americans companies have rights too, and as far as this Congress and this Supreme Court are concerned, the rights of the for-profit assembly outweigh those of individual citizens.

Since the EPA, USDA, Food & Drug Administration, (etc…) have limited consumer protection powers, we must rely on the proverbial invisible hand.

Every decision you make can be a moral decision, every dollar you spend can be a vote for a healthier, more sustainable world. Call it responsible consumerism, stewardship, eco-nomics or voting with your pocketbook, sometimes it’s the little things that make the most impact. And when you consume like America does, the little things are enormous.

Look for these labels:


And of course, REDUCE, REUSE, RECYCLE!

Full Disclosure: I don’t work for the Environmental Working Group, but I would be an intern again if I could create graphics and guides for them.

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