Consumers Don’t Warm to Eco-Friendly Products

Last week, the Federal Trade Commission proposed changes in the “Green Guides” it issues to marketers “to help them avoid making misleading environmental claims.” Maybe it should have issued complementary rules that require consumers to care more about eco-friendly products in the first place. Two surveys released last month find many consumers lacking enthusiasm for buying green goods, particularly if (as people suspect is typically the case) they’d have to pay a premium for them.

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