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Dec. 18, 2007
‘Tis the season for sustainable shopping
As the year comes to an end, I begin to feel the pressure to buy, buy, buy! When this happens, I like to think about some of the less ordinary things I can "buy" or other ways that I can vote with my dollars during the holiday shopping frenzy.
If you wait until the last minute like me for holiday shopping and you want to buy sustainably, this guide might come in handy.

Below is just one of the many definitions of sustainability to kick start you thinking while on your own sustainability shopping journey:

Meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.
—1987 Brundtland Commision Report


Gift Guides:

Unusual Buying Philosophy: For those of you that are interested in going way above and beyond, there's a movement called Voluntary Simplicity that is a growing fast. The philosophy is learning to do more with less.

Fair Trade and Local: World of Good

Decorating, Giving Trees and Lights:

Happy Sustainable Holidays!
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