This guide will cover:
The Journal of Sustainable Production and Consumption defines "sustainable consumption" as:
...the production and use of products and services in a manner that is socially beneficial, economically viable, and environmentally benign over their whole life cycle.
Because the study of sustainable consumption crosses interdisciplinary boundaries--drawing from scholarship in disciplines like engineering, anthropology, ecology, sociology, public health, environmental science, psychology, economics--you will need to use a variety of resources to pursue this topic effectively.
If you have any questions as you conduct your research, please do not hesitate to contact me:
Sociology and Development Studies Librarian