Echo Verde

“Verde” means “green” in Italian. In the sea of sweet staples that line our shop windows, these “green” garments give you purchasing power to be proud of. When Jane Nemis started her company in 2009, her focus was primarily on natural, eco and organic textiles, ethical business practices, sustainable production, and connecting and forming relationships with […]

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30% off Salts Organic

Established in 2005 in a beachside trailer, Salts Organic Clothing was aptly named to describe the preservative qualities of salt itself, believing in becoming part of the solution for preserving this planet. Salts uses certified organic cotton, hemp and viscose from bamboo fibres in their clothing which is designed to be flattering yet fitting on women […]

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Listing in the Limelight – Macondo Artisans

Macondo Artisans is an online store dedicated to promote the craftsmanship of South America through artistic expressions such as modern handicrafts and sustainable personal and home decor accessories made from organic materials like melon seeds, orange peel, tagua nut(vegetable ivory) and more. Our selection of products varies from traditional and indigenous creations to new designs […]

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A win for the whales!

(FROM SMH 1st April 2014) The International Court of Justice has upheld Australia’s bid to ban Japan’s Antarctic whaling program. ICJ president Peter Tomka said the court concluded the scientific permits granted by Japan for its whaling program were not scientific research as defined under International Whaling Commission rules. Australia takes Japan to The Hague: Tokyo is accused […]

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Stop the Traffik

Some interesting facts about Human Trafficking from the website: Every year men, women and children are trafficked within their own countries and across international borders. Trafficking affects every continent and every country. Every country is affected by human trafficking, whether it’s an origin country where people are trafficked from; a transit country where people are trafficked […]

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Titania Inglis

Apparently Titania Inglis doesn’t like to be called an “eco” designer, which is fine by us. Whatever she likes to be called, we are calling her a genius in both creativity and aesthetic. We will quietly give her extra credit for having her garments sewn in a small factory in NYC, with japanese organic cottons […]

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