A feature in the New York magazine takes a bit of a swipe at those who use the green as a status symbol and the products that are made for them.
The other day I found myself discussing how to be a little more eco-conscious with a New York girl-about-town after she commented how hard she was trying to be green. I suggested to her to consider taking small steps, like not getting a plastic bag when you pop into your deli for a pint of milk. ‘What do you mean?’ she replied ‘I’m not going to walk along the street carrying a pint of milk in my hand!’
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