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  • How can going green be good for brands?
  • How can going green be good for brands?
    Jeremy Thomas (2017) ©
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How Gen Z expect brands to address climate change

While nearly three-quarters of Gen Zers are willing to pay more for eco-friendly products, they are also a critical and discerning audience. In the second of a two-part report, we explore how members of this cohort expect their favourite brands to fit in with their sustainable ambitions.

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“Green is the new cool,” claims Aneesh Goel, a 16-year-old student and chairman of iDEA in California. “Gen Zers feel like they are a part of the change when they buy products that help sustain the environment or improve the lives of others.” He adds that renewable energy products are appealing and that Tesla is particularly aspirational for his generation as it’s “the ideal stylish car to buy.” [1] Nick Sawicki, the 16-year-old editor-in-chief of the Atlas Business Journal, agrees; “Though not quite a member of our generation, Elon Musk and his Tesla ...

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