This systematic review synthesizes 30 years’ research research on socially conscious consumerism, and helps business understand customer behaviour.
This executive report summarizes 30 years' research on socially conscious consumerism, and will help businesses understand customer behaviour.
As the demand green products increases, there is an incentive for companies to offer them, and understand consumer behaviour to market them effectively.
Make environmental issues as relevant and personal as access to medicine or freedom from discrimination.
This primer defines what socially conscious consumerism is, who does it, why, and how to market for it.
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This report signals a shift in our perception of the role sustainability plays in Canadian business.
While some consumers are willing to pay more for environmentally friendly products, companies must consider to whom they market these products and how.
The Socially Responsible Purchase and Disposal (SRPD) scale measures how consumers make green purchases and finds that it hinges on making a difference.
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) information reduces the value consumers give to luxury brands associated with the pursuit of “perfection."
Consumers will pay more for ethically produced goods, but they'll "punish" a company for unethical practices by more than they will reward ethical ones.
This report identifies SME-specific challenges, while highlighting the contributions of small firms towards sustainability.
The B Lab is more than a certifying body. It is a platform for companies (B Corps) to contribute to – not just profit from – community and environment.
Your company’s environmental track record will strongly influence whether or not people blame you when things go wrong.
Marketers can more effectively promote sustainable decision-making by telling their audiences about the sustainable actions of others.
Companies can change people’s behaviours to benefit society and the environment – it’s just a matter of knowing how to do it.
CSR reporting has become the norm for any company committed to responsible business practice. But, when done incorrectly, reporting can do more harm than good.
With respect to corporate social responsibility, CSR Evangelists, Preachers, Introverts and Preachers make personal and gift-giving decisions differently.
Eco-labels or sustainability ratings can be an important guide for purchasing sustainable products. But not all rating systems are equally effective.
Consumers value corporate social responsibility (CSR) and responsible products when they see information, moral alignment, and affordability.