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The birds-ecolabels

Environmental labelling is becoming an increasingly important argument in the purchasing of goods by consumers.

Ecolabels of the Nordic countries and the European Union are among the top ten most famous ecolabels in the world. “The Nordic Ecolabel/Nordic swan” (see its original as a waterfowl under the title of the post) has already gained the same popularity as the German “The Blue Angel", known in the world for more than 40 years.

Photo: Wikimedia Commons, Public Domain

By the way, more than 1,000 products only in Sweden were awarded by “the Nordic swan mark”.

So, the well-known ecolabels spontaneously affect consumers, causing confidence in the purchase of goods. There is a mutual benefit: both for the buyer (acquires a quality product) and for the seller (makes a profit).

In 2012 “the Nordic swan” “flew” to South America, as the Nordic Council of Ministers participates in the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), founded in 1972, which us the main UN environmental agency.

The experts developed an eco-label for the South American region. They believed that the use of regional labeling was economically beneficial for business development, stimulated the demand for environmentally friendly products. And the South American countries such as Chile, Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay and Paraguay were studied the experience of regional unity of the Nordic countries, as well as the mass production of environmentally friendly products. Despite the fact that there is a national eco-label of Brazil - "Hummingbird", however, the use of regional marking is much more profitable, and, in addition, contributes to regional integration and development of cooperation between countries.

Finally, what are the birds-ecolabels? To my mind, the  answer to this question is:  “The Nordic swan”, “The Blue Angel" (cause it also has wings), "Hummingbird". Also the logo of the Swedish Society for Nature Conservation (SSNC) – flying falcon - can be attributed in this environmental list.

The author of this blog is for the eco-life on the planet, and this titmouse is my favorite eco-bird. 

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