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10 Ways to Green Your Spending

  • Fair is Fair

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  • Call Pesticide Control

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  • The Color of Money

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  • Stay Conscious

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  • Greenwasher? I Hardly Knew Her!

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  • Less is More

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  • Don't Almost Give

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  • Offset Your Life

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  • Just Say No

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  • Second Time Around

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As our parents were only too eager to point out, life isn't fair. Buying fair-trade-certified products, however, helps ensure that impoverished third-world producers pocket their rightful share of the profits, not watch their hard-earned funds get whittled away by predatory middlemen. Coffee and tea are the flagship products of the fair-trade movement, so you'll never want for options in that department—just look out for the little fair-trade symbol on the packages.

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