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The Internet ...

sites for consumers with a conscience

 
Betterworldshopper.com “grades more than 1,000 of the world’s largest companies’ products” based on such matters as human rights and social justice. Its report card—a compact booklet with “its A (best) to F (worst) grades”—will cost you $10.

Coopamerica.org
is “an online directory of nearly 3,000 green businesses.” Companies pay to join but must be approved by the site’s committee, which examines “the way they source, manufacture, and market their products.”

Corporatecritic.org ranks “more than 50,000 companies’ social responsibility” on a 15-point scale. Criteria range from “how the firms treat the environment and their employees” to whether they incorporate eco-friendly materials and Fairtrade-certified products.

Source: Shop Smart

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