Monday, September 22, 2008

eBay Goes Eco-Friendly In Partnership With WorldofGood.com

In an effort to support the environment and developing nations, eBay now devotes an online marketplace to people and eco-friendly products in partnership with WorldofGood.com to promote artisans across the world. The traditional auctioning website has been working toward an online community that would promote sustainable living, eBay spokeswoman Dariana Lau said. Available items range from clothing and accessories to toys and food items. Customers can see how their purchases affect the world with a function called good prints, which tells shoppers if their purchased products are "people-positive," "planet-positive" or "animal-positive."
http://media.www.dailyfreepress.com/media/storage/paper87/news/2008/09/22/News/Ebay-Goes.EcoFriendly-3444122.shtml?reffeature=htmlemailedition

1 comment:

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