Conscious consumption is a term used to describe a way of thinking about and approaching consumption that takes into account the social and environmental impacts of what we buy and use.
The key idea behind conscious consumption is that our individual choices about what we consume can have a collective impact on society and the environment. When we make choices that are mindful of these impacts, we can help to create a more sustainable and just world.
There are many different ways to be a conscious consumer. Some people might choose to buy products that are made in a socially and environmentally responsible way, or that have a low impact on the environment. Others might choose to buy less overall, or to focus on buying quality items that will last longer.
Conscious consumption is not about being perfect – it is about making choices that are in line with our values. By doing so, we can help to create a better world for everyone.