Despite the trend towards minimalism, we have more stuff now than ever before — but is all this stuff really making us happy? And really, what does it mean to be a conscious consumer?
For the man in your life who cares about the impact he makes, these gifts are sustainable, practical, and pretty darned swanky too.
What do you buy for the people who have everything? This guide is full of practical suggestions that don’t depend on you being a mind reader to get them a great gift this holiday season.
This easy-to-make pinecone garland is a gorgeous way to add a touch of nature to your holiday decor while slowing down amid the hustle and bustle of the season.
From sustainable materials to non-toxic ingredients, this list is full of some of the coolest green gifts out there that ladies of all kinds are bound to love.
Wrapping presents doesn’t have to mean a trash bag full of paper at the end of the day. Try wrapping with biodegradable and reusable materials for beautiful gifts that are low impact!
Three easy eco-inspired ways to add a festive touch to your home this holiday season using natural materials. No plastic in sight!
Need a post-Thanksgiving detox? Try this colorful and easy-to-make buddha bowl, packed with flavor, seasonal produce, and nutrition.
The Cold Full (Super)Moon is the perfect time to slow down and set intentions for the bustling days ahead of the holidays and new year.
Who says the holidays has to be a pile of plastic regrets? These gifts are sustainable and made by companies who believe kids can have it all — without compromising the planet.
Conventional shoes are made with some destructive processes and materials, but these companies are changing all of that. Check out the shoes that are gentle on people and planet.
City Harvest is an inspiring nonprofit helping to end hunger and reduce food waste in New York. Support their work this November by learning five simple ways you can fight food waste at home.
Ditch the Black Friday sale stress and start a Green Friday holiday tradition with three fun, healthy and meaningful ways to spend your day-after-Thanksgiving.