Posted by Alan Bowman
When researchers used to look for signs of fundamental consumer behaviour change it was all about identifying the beginnings of visible mass action - the first few steps on the path toward a possible tipping point into mass adoption.
But even in today's wired world we believe the move to Responsible Consumerism is, and will be, a little different.
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