Conscious consumption

A push for more eco-friendly habits is changing how we live – from everyday choices to life’s biggest milestones.

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Thrifted home décor

Keep furniture out of the landfill by filling your home with thrifted décor.

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Thrift shop crafts

Get crafty with thrift shop finds to create one-of-a-kind art or homemade gifts.

New Zealand

Jumper-seller Sheep Inc. invests in biodiversity projects that offset their carbon impact tenfold, making them a 'carbon negative' brand.

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Low-waste living

Talking rubbish is trending—in a good way. People want easy tips to cut back on waste.

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Low-waste weddings

Say 'I do' to sustainability and prioritise eco-friendly choices for your big day.

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Product swaps

It's easy to be green. Try buying glass instead of plastic or swapping out paper for fabric serviettes.

France

The world's largest urban farm is cropping up on a rooftop in Paris. The Paris Expo Porte de Versailles will boast an exceptionally low carbon footprint and host community activities.

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Solar light crafts

Light up your garden with these whimsical, energy-efficient designs.

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Thrifted wedding dresses

Score a recycled dress, and save your 'something new' for something else.

Turkey

Appliance manufacturer Arçelik is tackling ocean pollution head on. Their new washing machine filters out microplastics so that they can't enter the local water source.

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Secondhand fashion

Mix and match secondhand finds for a fresh new look.

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Protest posters

From humorous takes to hard-hitting facts, there's a climate-change poster for everyone.

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Ocean rubbish art

Turn ocean pollution into art that makes a splash.

Business tip

People often want to compost or recycle… but don’t know where to start. Use product packaging or email marketing to give actionable recycling tips.

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