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Eco-Friendly Stores to Shop on Earth Day and Everyday
Wednesday, April 22, 2020 is Earth Day, and the theme for Earth Day is to educate people on how to become more environmentally friendly, whether that’s opting for reusable containers, reducing water waste or starting a compost bin. One of the easiest things you can do to help on Earth Day is to shop more consciously at eco-friendly brands. There are plenty of stores that keep our environment top-of-mind year-round, like using eco-friendly materials and giving back to charities and organizations that fight climate change. Today, we’re sharing our favorite sustainable brands and what they’re doing to help the environment, plus some Earth Day deals to make shopping easier.
The Body Shop is making huge strides in protecting and replanting over 107 million square feet of forest all over the world as part of its World Bio-Bridges Mission. Bio-bridges are restored wildlife corridors made in the home of endangered species, allowing them to thrive once again in their natural habitats. Every purchase with The Body Shop supports its mission.
Caring for the planet is at the forefront of Aveda’s undertaking. From offsetting carbon emissions from shipping orders to becoming the first company to use 100% recycled materials for packaging, Aveda is a pioneer in the beauty industry when it comes to protecting the planet.
“Conscious Beauty” defines Bluemercury – it’s the dedication to making honest, clean and mindful beauty and skincare products. With a focus on human wellness, Bluemercury has developed all-natural, cruelty free makeup and skincare that are vegan, organic and botanic based, so you can look and feel your best.
Apparel & Accessories
When it comes to sustainable clothing and accessories, cruelty-free beauty products and clean home goods, Verishop is a top-notch option. Curate a collection by causes you care about, such as clean home, cruelty free, fair trade, organic, philanthropic and sustainable, so you can shop consciously at one of our top choices for a sustainable fashion brand.
TOMS has made its mark from the very beginning, donating a pair of shoes to those in need for every pair sold. In the current climate, it has created the TOMS COVID-19 Global Giving Fund, where one third of the company’s net profits are directed to support those working selflessly at the frontlines during this global health crisis. Additionally, its Earthwise line consists of eco-friendly products made from earth-friendly materials and processes.
Alternative Apparel takes responsibility for its clothing, making it one of our favorite sustainable clothing brands. Staying mindful that clothes produced shouldn’t come at the cost of the environment, Alternative Apparel is taking the necessary steps to minimize waste with low-impact, recycled, eco-friendly materials and processes.
Earth-friendly curation is the backbone of ABC Carpet & Home, and it invites you to join the movement to make things better for ourselves and the planet. Although the company offers beauty, wellness and jewelry, its main focus is home goods ranging from furniture and bedding to lighting and art. When you shop the sustainable collection, you’ll save 25% for choosing the better option that uses responsibly sourced, organic, handmade products.
S’well is on a mission to eliminate 100 million single-use plastic bottles by 2020’s end. By purchasing a S’well bottle, you’ll support this Million Bottle Project in making a change towards a more sustainable earth. Additionally, S’well is assisting with the impact by COVID-19 by donating $250,000 worth of bottles to healthcare providers, and for every S’well Bottle, Traveler or Commuter purchased through May, S’well will donate a bottle to healthcare professionals.
More Brands You’ll Love
Wear Pact is Organic Cotton GOTS Certified, Fair Trade USA Factory Certified and Sustainable & Ethical Style Guaranteed. Learn more here.
Learn more about Levi’s environmental initiatives like sourcing more sustainable materials and using less water here.
Threads 4 Thought published a Transparency Report so you can learn about its fabrics, recycled materials, factories and more.
Nisolo is a certified B Corporation and it achieved this status with fair, living wages for its producers in its factories in Peru, combating climate change with environmental protection and more. Learn more here.
Patagonia is taking environmental and social responsibility into its own hands as another certified B Corporation. Learn more about what the company is doing here.
Read about Vera Bradley‘s corporate responsibility initiatives, accomplishments and commitments here.
Manduka is making every possible effort to minimize environmental waste. Their mats, for example, are made from biodegradable natural tree rubber, manufactured emissions-free and free of toxic chemicals. Learn more here.
Another certified B Corporation, Athleta is rooted in fair trade, sustainable materials, water-saving techniques and minimizing waste. Learn more here.
As an outdoor company, Columbia Sportswear is committed to preserving nature with responsible practices and empowering people to make healthy life choices. Learn more here.
LACAUSA is on a mission to change the fashion industry’s notorious reputation when it comes to sustainability. Its core principles include fair wage production, ethical manufacturing, low-waste design processes and more. Learn more here.
prAna is after a sustainable route to sustainability, teaching shoppers tips on how to move towards a better wardrobe like switching to organic cotton, looking for Fair Trade Certified products and more. Learn more here.
Get active with Outdoor Voices and its commitment protecting our home through products with longevity and circularity. It prioritizes solutions for raw materials, specifically in its fabrics and packaging. Learn more here.
Theory is embarking on a new journey of ethically sourced fabric. Its newest fabrics are made in partnership with fabric mills who are redefining sustainable manufacturing. Learn more here.
Starting in 2020, 100% of Teva‘s iconic straps are made using traceable, verifiable recycled plastic using REPREVE yarn. Learn more here.
Matt & Nat spans the environmental protection spectrum, from being a 100% vegan brand to using recycled plastic bottles for the linings of its bags. Learn more here.
Do your part on Earth Day and every day to be more conscious of our impact on the environment. Shopping at eco-friendly stores will make your endeavors a bit simpler. Let us know in the comments below about more sustainable brands we should shop at!
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