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The Green Consumer Without getting technical, a green consumer is someone who is very concerned about the environment and, therefore, only purchases products that are environmentally-friendly or eco-friendly. Products with little or no packaging, products made from natural ingredients and products that are made without causing pollution are all examples of eco-friendly products. The green consumer would be the type to drive a hybrid vehicle, buy products made with hemp or those made from recycled materials.
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Green Consumer Day is celebrated on September 28 of each year. This day encourages eco-friendly shopping and awareness of how the environment is affected by consumerism.
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yes. they are indeedy-doo-da-day(:
The people are getting conscious that the environment is in great danger and that the human race will disappear soon if we continue to live the way we do. There are more… and more documentaries on TV about this matter, so it gets in the head of more people. That is why they try to change their lifestyles, looking for 'green' products, 'green' stores, etc...
no; green plants are primary roducers
Plants are consumers are consumers and producers because they make and eat their food.
Yes, because green sea turtles are both primary consumer and secondary consumer because it eats plants and it eats fish!
Yes, although it depends on the insect they eat. If they eat a carrion fly they're tertiary. If they eat a dragonfly they're secondary. Most are secondary, though.
A Green Anole is a lizard whose color changes due to stimulants,emotion, and temperature. As a lizard it is a consumer.
Yes, the green turtle is a consumer because it consumes other plants, animals or organisms in order to metabolize energy. Plants are usually considered producers because they …use light and carbon dioxide and water to produce energy in photosynthesis, whereas animals and fungi are usually considered to be consumers. There are exceptions, such as plants that eat animals, e.g. venus fly trap. Different kinds of bacteria can preform one of these roles or another, there are photosynthetic bacteria, e.g. Cyanobacteria (blue-green algae) that are producers and other bacteria that consume other organic matter such as other bacteria.
hi! Algae is a producer.Think about when it is in water.You may notice a little growing in your pool.The next day,you notice more and more.That,is a producer.…
In Animal Life
They are consumers.