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In this issue...
• PAGE 4: Van Jones: Rebuild the Dream
• PAGE 5: FDA: Nanoparticles May Be Hazardous
• PAGE 6: The Many Benefits of Backyard Chickens
• PAGE 8: Investors Create Healthy Communities
• PAGE 10: Clean Energy Victory Bonds Site Launches
• PAGE 11: Shareholder Season Wrap-Up
• PAGE 12: Introducing Our People & Planet Awards
• PAGE 13: How to Save the Planet One Outfit at a Time
• PAGE 14: The Hands That Make Our Clothes
• PAGE 16: Three Shades of Green: Green Clothing Corporations
• PAGE 17: Independent Certified Green Businesses
• PAGE 19: Secondhand Clothing
• PAGE 20: Fabrics and Labels to Look For
• PAGE 22: Does Drought-Resistant = GMO?
Special Thanks to Green America Business Members for supporting the Green American
In 2011, US clothing sales totaled more than $329 billion. That's 329 billion reasons to stop buying conventional clothing and turn to green fashion -- whether you take to the sewing machine to update the clothes you already have, buy used, organize clothing swaps, or choose from the beautiful collections of fashion-forward green companies.
Our latest Green American shows you more about what's at stake with your clothing choices, and points you toward the green businessess that are taking green fashion mainstream.
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