By  on September 19, 2018

In a fast fashion world, it’s not easy being green. And as consumer-led demand for sustainable products and practices continues to flourish, brands and retailers are adopting greener methods to appease shoppers and influence change, often partnering with nonprofits, NGOs, think tanks and their ilk to engage and stay competitive.

And organizations such as the Product Stewardship Institute (PSI), a nonprofit based in Boston, center its focus on reducing unfavorable environmental, health and safety impacts that derive from consumer products throughout the entire lifecycle, zeroing in on minimizing waste management. Through its “stewardship approach,” the firm works to improve products’ designs and stimulates dialogue among key leaders and stakeholders to help influence policy change industry-wide. PSI works with 47 state environmental agency members, local government members coast-to-coast and partners in corporate, business, academic, non-U.S. government, as well as various organizational partners.

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