Jennifer Moran, a graduate student at George Brown College in Toronto, is conducting a short and easy survey on fashion and organic clothing to better understand consumers’ attitudes between fashion and organic and natural clothing and accessories. If you have a moment, please check out her survey. It is only 10 questions and will probably take less than a minute to take. It will help her and she has promised to share her findings when her research is complete. When you complete the survey, you will be left on the home page of the SurveyMonkey, the application that was used to build and operate the survey. Don't worry. This is a safe and legitimate web site. From here you can close the browser window or go wherever you wish.
I am very encouraged to see the explosion of academic interest in studying and researching the integration of tradition disciplines with an expanding awareness of environmental concerns. Just as the social activism and civil rights movements that flourished in classrooms and campuses during the 1960’s grew to be infused throughout our society, the environmental activism on today’s campuses will find full expression in tomorrow’s society, culture and business boardrooms. We should do what we can to help and encourage students to explore, research and gain greater understanding and appreciation of our delicate and precious environment and our role in helping to protect our planet.
Please take a minute to have some fun and help a student better understand some of the eco-fashion mechanics. To survey.
Many thanks and enjoy.
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