Sustainable Brand Directory
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Bird is passionate about vibrant communities that have less traffic, cleaner air, and safer streets. They are working with cities and universities across the world to provide new transportation options, complement public transit systems, and invest in safety infrastructure that benefits everyone.
Buying gorgeous gifts for a beautiful baby is one of life’s pleasures. But too many babies in the world have no one to give them gifts, or anything else. So at From Babies with Love, they do things differently. Every penny of profit from their unique, ethically sourced designs goes to orphaned and abandoned children around the world.
Chelsea Green takes a broad, indeed worldwide perspective, publishing authors from many countries and disseminating their ideas. The ideas they publish build bridges, not walls. Regenerate the Earth. Restore the Human Spirit. It’s a tall order, to be sure. But great books, the vehicles for great ideas, have the power to cause us to do just that.
Myakka’s beautifully handcrafted, sustainably sourced furniture & home decor are built to love and last. High quality, kiln dried woods, traditionally hand loomed rugs. Individual pieces to be passed down, crafted with care by the artisans who created them.
Honey Colony wants to empower people to be their own best health advocate while putting honesty back into the food supply. They are here to unite the growing number of people adopting healthy lifestyles and seeking to cut through the hype and claims about natural products and remedies.
As the ultimate web-based destination for eco-conscious shoppers, The Ultimate Green Store’s mission is to provide products that are green, natural, organic, recycled, eco-friendly – with people’s health and the health of our planet in mind.
Durable tableware made of biodegradable bamboo and corn, that is Zuperzozial Bamboo & Corn Based! Reinforced with melamine resin, characterized by raw structures, an earthy look and durability, Bamboo & Corn Based shows that conscious living can be joyful, trendy and dishwasher proof.
The mission 24bottles is committed to as a brand, is that of providing people with carefully designed, reusable stainless steel water bottles for a comfortable and sustainable daily hydration. They want to help people forget about disposable plastic bottles once and for all and encourage everyone to adopt good habits.
Patagonia is on a mission to change people’s relationship with their stuff. Worn Wear keeps people’s Patagonia® gear in motion longer—through repair and repurposing—and provides recycling options when repair is no longer viable.
Swap enables a community of thrifters to find affordable, quality secondhand apparel for the whole family. Being an online thrift store, they make it easier than ever to filter through like-new, pre-owned clothing brands, toys, and more. They keep millions of items out of landfills which is something everyone can feel good about.
ThredUP is the world’s largest online secondhand shopping destination with thousands of like-new styles from your favorite brands at up to 90% off estimated retail. They make sure every single one of the 15K new arrivals they add to the site every day is 100% authentic and in such good shape anyone could mistake them as new.
Fair trade is one of the three fundamental pillars VEJA is build on. Cotton and rubber are purchased directly from producers in Brazil. They sign 1-year contracts with them and set a market-decorrelated price. It's one of the ways to ensure more equitable and dignified commercial transactions.
Ninety Percent is a London-based contemporary label launched in 2018 that’s trying something new: sharing 90% of their distributed profits between charitable causes and those who make their collection happen. They would like to know where their money goes and start a consumer movement that empowers makers and wearers.
The Reformation puts sustainability at the center of everything they do. It is an evolving goal and definition, and they don’t have all the answers. But they want to focus on efforts that have the biggest impact. They have mapped their goals and programs for the next 5 years (2019–2023) in their sustainability report.