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(via Yes, consumers are willing to pay more for sustainable products and services - Futurist Gerd Leonhard)

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  7. skitch91 said: In the old days when products were made in America, things lasted - and their still around today, they were made to last, made by Craftsman, whom took much pride in their work, there work was their art,now things are made w/a short life expectancy- $
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