Green Guidelines for Consumers
On Twitter, @VJillAnnie asked us, “Could the Bureau of Consumer Protection assist w/ Transparency Strategies to Reduce Land Use Consumption 4 land owners?”
The Federal Trade Commission says land use is usually a matter for local groups. Clearly people are looking for accurate information about making choices that are good for the environment.
When companies make “green” claims, they need to back them up with solid science. The FTC is revising its Green Guides to help companies comply with the law and make sure you have access to accurate information. Find the latest at ftc.gov/green.
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