According to a study conducted by the branding firm Landor Associates, 58 percent of the general population doesn't care if the products they buy are environmentally friendly. This group doesn't care about green practices such as recycling, corporate social responsibility or natural and organic ingredients.
Only 25 percent of respondents consider themselves "green interested," meaning that while members of this group are concerned about the environment, they are not active in its defense. The remaining 17 percent consider themselves "green motivated," meaning they feel it's very important for a company to be environmentally responsible.
Green-motivated consumers base their purchase decisions on whether or not a brand reflects green behavior in its packaging, ingredients and corporate practices.
Machine vision and video streaming systems are used for a variety of purposes, and each has applications for which it is best suited. This denotes that there are differences between them, and these differences can be categorized as the type of lenses used, the resolution of imaging elements, and the underlying software used to interpret the data.
Comic books long have appealed to kids as a fun way to introduce reading and art without being overly didactic. Now a software engineer and project manager from Oklahoma thinks the medium can be used to get them interested in STEM careers.
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