We are living in an era where we are increasingly aware of the terrifying reality of plastic pollution and climate change. From worldwide strikes to more subtle changes like a discount on coffee if you have your trendy KeepCup, our attitudes have and must continue to change. Here are a few of our favourite brands that are doing their bit to help protect our planet for the future generations.
For all those coffee addicts out there, this is the ultimate accessory for you. Stainless steel, reusable coffee capsules to fit a range of different coffee machines, wave goodbye to ever needing to buy coffee pods again. Genius, we know.
Riverford Organic is the perfect answer to both plastic free packaging and top quality, hand picked and deliciously perfect goods.
Who Gives a Crap doesn’t only offer a comfortable experience for your derrière… it is 100% recycled and an environmentally friendly replacement to your everyday loo paper.
Say goodbye to the environments worst enemy, cling film, and say hello to The Beeswax Wraps Co’s beautifully designed solution to plastic free wrapping.
A stylish alternative to single use plastic water bottles that keeps your water extra cold. We love the colours too.
Not only will this save you money, provide an organic answer to cleansing and reduce waste, these bamboo pads are biodegradable and reusable.
A fabulous way to be both sustainable and stylish, these KeepCup’s offer an affordable, eco-friendly and reusable answer for your daily caffeine fix.
Just like the good old days, Milk and More deliver fresh milk and other sustainably sourced produce straight to your front door in glass bottles. They also offer other groceries too – all delivered in brown paper bags with no plastic in sight.
Say goodbye to laundry powder or liquid. This egg will revolutionise the laborious task of laundry, it simply goes in with your wash and lasts for up to 700 washes. And best of all, it’s super friendly to the environment.
This backpack isn’t just super trendy and fabulously colourful… this backpack is made entirely from polyester recycled from plastic bottles!
If you haven’t read it already, Lucy Siegle’s book is (horrifyingly) insightful.
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