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What Is Fair-Trade Coffee, and Why Should You Be Drinking It?

If you are one of the 46% of Australian’s who enjoys their daily morning coffee, you may have come across the term “Fair-Trade Coffee”, and wondered what exactly fair trade coffee is. 287 more words

Coffee

.singin' in the rain.

The rains are back in full force here in San Francisco, which got me thinking about our rain gear. Water resistant clothing is often made using quite a few chemicals, as well as fabrics and processes that aren’t so good for ol’ Mother Earth. 1,233 more words

Wear Good

Live Love Care with EQ

EQ develops cosmetics and sports accessories that are eco-designed and inspired by the universe of surfing. With their products the brand wants to bring an unique experience of pleasure, comfort and emotions. 70 more words

Sport

Alexandra Wall: Reforming fashion with waste-free clothing

Rebelling against fast fashion, environmentally conscious designer Alexandra Wall merges her unconventional approach to design with her passion for sustainability.

by Aisiri Amin

Alexandra Wall entered the fashion industry with a mission: to transform the throw-away culture by creating a niche for sustainable and waste-free clothing. 1,085 more words

Go-getters

Get like me, save the reef...

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My favorite product is the leave in conditioner which I use after every dive. Second favorite is the sun/sting relief gel which works so well for my hands after I have been handling the fire coral at work for Coral Restoration. 16 more words

Currents

6 simple ways to make your homes more eco-friendly

It might feel overwhelming to consider making some environmentally friendly changes when it comes to your home — the potentially drastic changes in furnishing and lifestyle choices can deter any hopeful eco-warrior. 728 more words

Becoming More Sustainable

One of my goals for 2017 is to find more sustainable alternatives to the least sustainable things that I use on a regular basis. This generally means things that create waste where it could be avoided. 807 more words

Zero Waste