Green Communities

Green communities represent groups of people who are embodied by the ethos of green consciousness. The key focus of such groups is founding a dynamically sustainable ecological system with renewable energy and nutrients through responsible civic activities by human communities.

Green communities can be represented by business groups, nonprofit groups, and consumers as a generic group of advocates and practitioners. They all seek safer products and greater rights of information so as to make better-informed choices about the future. Green communities and their activist concerns of representation and social justice can traverse various aspects of consumer groups, such as race, gender, ethnicity, and class. Their purpose is to ensure that different identities and associated life experiences as repositories of knowledge do not become marginalized in the ...

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