The company has 3 main goals:

 

1. To provide one platform where you can learn about and obtain sustainable products (The Sustainable Living Shop).

 

2. Increase Conscious Consumerism.

 

3. Offers online curriculums (coming soon):

 

A. Increase your Financial IQ Course: How to navigate and use your personal finances to make wise investments and purchasing decisions.

 

B. The Sustainability Course: A actionable blueprint for creating a sustainable lifestyle and home. 

Goal #1 Explained: Sustainable Products and Solutions

 

Eco Economics provides a one-stop shop that allows you to obtain the tools you need to reduce your resource intake and waste output.

 

There has been an ever-increasing paradigm shift of individuals who seek to learn about sustainable products and solutions.

Goal #2  Explained: Increase Conscious Consumerism

 

Consumers “vote” for earth-friendly products and practices by purchasing from companies who put its people and the planet first!

 

The idea is that if there is a high demand for products that protect the environment, companies will be incentivized to expand their earth-friendly product lines.

 

On the other hand, environmentally damaging companies will be economically motivated to change their practices.

In the past, environmentalists have tried to implement change through guilt and an appeal to a higher moral code by modifying products from the supply side of the capitalist equation.

 

Contrary to this traditional method, Eco Economics seeks to impact manufacturing and product availability through consumer demand!

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As a larger percentage of the population begins to demand more eco-friendly products, suppliers will be forced to change their processes and products to meet consumer’s expectations.

Goal # 3 Part A: Increasing Your Financial IQ Course (coming soon)

 

 This course helps you understand the world of finance, allowing you to make informed investments and purchasing decisions.

 

The course will cover different forms of real estate investments such as passive rental income and flip property analysis.

 

Other topics that will also be covered are stock portfolio investments, how to build credit, and so much more.

Moreover, financially wise individuals research the kinds of products they purchase (consider a company’s overall impact), and companies they invest in.

 

For example, a financially knowledgeable individual, who cares about sustainability, would decide to invest in a B-Corp, a CSR (a corporate socially responsible ) company, or a renewable energy company.

 

We are told at a young age that it is impolite to talk about money, politics, and religion.

 

Why is money such a taboo subject, when it is something that impacts nearly everyone’s life?

 

Every individual on this planet has a financial report card, so why is it not taught in high school?

Goal # 3 Part B: The Sustainable Living Course (coming soon)

 

An online curriculum that gives you an actionable blueprint on how you can incorporate sustainable practices in your daily life.

We all live on this planet, and we only get one Mother Earth.

Summation of the Three Goals:

 

Concepts like sustainability and retirement can be seen as issues that will impact us sometime in the far future.

 

Many people choose to ignore these issues because there are other more pressing problems at hand.

 

I see so many individuals problem-solving for today, but creating larger and hairier obstacles for tomorrow.

 

The actions that you take today have an impact on your future tomorrow. 

 

Let’s create a sustainable world together! 

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Lynzee Lai

The goal of this site is to increase conscious consumerism (when consumers “vote” for earth-friendly products and practices by purchasing from companies who put its people and the planet first). The idea is that if there is a high demand for products that protect the environment, companies will be incentivized to expand their earth friendly product lines. On the other hand, environmentally damaging companies will be economically motivated to change their practices or face going out of business. Click on the Eco Economics tab to read about the company's mission and goals.