New Seller Sunday: Crazy Rumors

While a lot of ethical organizations can be preachy and over-the-top with their promotion of quality and environmentally friendly products, Georgia-based Crazy Rumors puts fun on the frontline with al ... Read More
Issue #19
July 7, 2011

Guest Blog: Green Celebrities Represent Sustainability with Style!

It’s not just businesses and non-profit organizations that are trying to make sustainable products, such as natural fiber rugs and natural rug runners, mainstream - celebrities are drawing attention to the issue as well. Some celebrities have been dubbed “green celebrities” because they use their high-profile lives to shed light on environmental and humanitarian issues. ... Read More

High-end, Fair Trade and the Accessibility of Premium Goods

The availability of Starbucks Rwanda Gakenke Fair Trade Certified coffee should bring a smile to the face of the ethically conscious consumer, but if the customer can't access fair trade alternatives then how are they expected to consume in a more ethical manner? ... Read More

Sustainable Materials: Cork vs. Bamboo

It's amazing how little attention is paid to what lays beneath our feet.  The materials that we use to ultimately support our weight from gravity can have a huge impact on the environment we live in. ... Read More
Issue #19
July 7, 2011