Green Market Sectors Grew up to 1700 Percent During the Recent Recession—Award-Winning/Best-Selling Author/TED Speaker Helps You Attract This Educated, Affluent Group—at Just $10 or Less
- While the overall US building sector contracted 17 percent from 2006 to 2011, the green building sector skyrocketed 1700 percent.
- Organics were up 238 percent for food items from 2002-11and 400 percent for nonfoods, while the overall market sectors grew only 33 percent.
- Renewable energy was up 456 percent, while fossil-fuel energy use declined 3.2 percent.
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* Source: Green America, “The Big Green Opportunity,” 2013, p. 8
** GuerrillaMarketing Goes Green (published by John Wiley & Sons as part of the enormously popular Guerrilla Marketing series) was on Amazon.com’s Environmental category best-seller list at least 32 different months—at least twice as #1 in category