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Ethical living

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Ethical living

Ethical living is the philosophy of making decisions for social movement.

Ethical living is an offshoot of fairtrade produce. Though many people often go further by re-using/re-cycling waste water, using renewable resources in their homes (solar panels or atmospheric water generators), giving up the use of the family car in preference of greener modes of transport (bicycle).

Though ethical living is growing in popularity,[1] many in the environmental movement believe that the responsibility of ethical practice should be enforced on "multinational corporations could make.


  • See also 1
  • References 2
  • Further reading 3
  • External links 4

See also


  1. ^ Siegle, Lucy (2006-03-05). "Can our way of living really save the planet?". The Guardian (London). Retrieved 2010-05-02. 

Further reading

  • Clark, Duncan (2006). The Rough Guide to Ethical Living. Rough Guides.  
  • Khaneka, Pushpinder (2004). Do the Right Thing! A Practical Guide to Ethical Living. New Internationalist Publications Ltd.  

External links

  • Ethical Today, Ethical Living News
  • Living Ethically, a website for the philosophy
  • Ethical Journey BBC journalist reporting on the highs and lows of living ethically
  • Buying Organic Shopping and Living Organic and Ethical
  • Eco-Green Pages, a website for environmental news, eco shopping and green events
  • People for Ethical Living, a center for resources and information about corporate and government policies, corporate farming, the cost of a global economy, destructive consumerism, the corporate media and the intense suffering of animals in farms and experimentation. "Be the change you want to see in the world"

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