These brews are green in the best way possible — no artificial dye required. Breweries all over are brewing a different kind of green beer. It’s eco-friendly, and it’s worth checking out.
While those of us in the developed world enjoy the benefits of solar innovation for our camping gear, BioLite has taken this business model to help impoverished places without access to reliable, clean power.
As the world gloms on to the newest iPhone, e-waste surges as the fastest growing waste stream on the planet. Meet the company that’s trying to tackle the electronic waste epidemic, one recycled plastic charger at a time.
Made for people with periods. They are cutting down on the amount of tampons and pads we contribute to landfills and empowering women everywhere. Learn more about why we love Thinx.
With a passion for sustainability and durability, Flowfold, now going into their 10th year, focuses on crafting lightweight, highly functional goods – from leashes to backpacks – that will sustain over time, so you don’t have to think about buying another pack two years in.
We stand ready with City Harvest to help feed those in need today and in the future, no matter who they are or where they come from. Every bit counts and you can join our cause!
We’re using perfectly good trees for our bathroom needs—and we should give a crap. This toilet paper is a tree-friendly alternative made by a company doing cool things in the world.
Women-owned businesses that help create opportunities and support families. Read about our journey with Kula: Part Two. We’ll be taking part in their September Coffee Day Campaign to help raise funds to support 100,000 coffee trees.
Electric assist bikes give you the option to get a workout, and the freedom to say, “Nahhh, pass”. These bikes are powerful, but we found a few that are just PERFECT for beginners. Get back on a bike and feel like a kid again!
We’ve all seen the images. Tragic, heartrending photos of sea birds and fish, whales and turtles affected by plastic pollution. The ocean is polluted by approximately 8 million metric tons of plastic debris every year.