Rather than the Dirty Dozen, this makes a clean, green dozen of Carnival of the Greens!
I'm pleased and proud that my post on Supply & Demand for Green Products is the very first one listed, and that Urban Eco "couldn't agree more."
But don't stop at my post, check out the ever-growing Carnival and the number of other bloggers who are writing about all things green.
I found two posts, in particular that piqued my interest: #1 is a quick sign post to a short article about Bono trying to encourage ethical consumerism by getting in bed with big brands. This speaks to my "supply & demand" ssues directly, I think. #2 is this post from the Dirty Greek about when it's really worth it to splurge on organic, and when conventionally farmed versions are probably just as good. (Which actually probably means that the organic versions are just as bad as the conventional.)
I learn something every week from the Carnival of the Green, so don't forget to check this week's Carnival out.