Change in Choice is a necessary solution.
The negative impacts of our everyday choices resonate loudly. We might feel these impacts when a sentiment of guilt interferes in our buying decisions in the supermarket or in a clothing shop. Or impacts might be felt by farmers and workers in far away places, who are disadvantaged by our current system that connects supply and demand.
Reducing these negative impacts means focusing on the people, organizations and policies that are driven by social or environmental causes. The focus and involvement in these good causes can come from all of us: consumers, employees, or more simply just: people. Change in Choice aims to bring together the people who aim to combat the bad with the good. And this means everyone.