Survey: Consumers keen to drop brands that damage the environment

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Survey: Consumers keen to drop brands that damage the environment

Global survey commissioned by financial giant ING finds appetite for enhanced environmental performance among consumers, but warns green progress is hampered by confusion about sustainability options

A majority of consumers believe their choices can make a difference to environmental outcomes, and almost two-thirds are willing to abandon products and brands that are seen to damage the environment....

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