In Depth

Calls for government-led response as consumers pay the price for sustainable choices and ethical goods

Hayley Wilkinson
By Hayley Wilkinson
Updated January 31 2022 - 6:23am, first published 5:20am
FAIR SHARE: ErinEarth educational officer Ben Holt, Eco Gifts and Living owner Chelsea Martin and Wagga Deputy-Mayor and Greens councillor Jenny McKinnon.

CONSUMERS and businesses are willing to invest more into sustainable solutions, and advocates say it's time for the government to catch up.

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Hayley Wilkinson

Hayley grew up in Carabost, 45 minutes south-east of Wagga. She graduated with a Bachelor of Journalism from the University of Wollongong in 2020 before launching her career at The Daily Advertiser. You can find her covering events, entertainment and human interest. Email: hayley.wilkinson@dailyadvertiser.com.au

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