Hemp Hight Top Sneakers

Fancy fairtrade footware

Monday, 15 January 2007

Their likeness to Converse hi-tops gives these No Sweat Australian Greens Hemp High-Top Sneakers instant street credibility. But that's where the similarity ends.

Macadamia and Honey Lip Balm

Good enough to eat

Monday, 15 January 2007

With biodegradable ingredients, sustainable and recyclable packaging, and products so natural you can eat them Mukti Botanicals is passionate about creating products that are safe for the body and the environment.


Friendly fire

Monday, 15 January 2007

Handmade by one-man operation Colin Harris in Victoria’s East Gippsland, Sureburn firelighters contain no petroleum products, hydrochloric acid or formaldehyde – making them the only of their kind on the market.

GladRagz clothes

Rags to stitches

Monday, 15 January 2007

Queenslander Wendy Stanley was dissatisfied with the limited availability of ethically produced, Australian-made clothing. And from her love (bordering on obsession) of op-shopping, an idea was born.

Kosmea moisturising lotion SPF 30+

Skin saver

Monday, 15 January 2007

It’s not just the natural ingredients in Kosmea skin care that makes it so special; it’s what’s not in it that makes this skin care range as nature intended.

Sigg traveller classic

Swig, the Swiss style

Monday, 15 January 2007

The Swiss-made Sigg range, including the 1-litre ‘Traveller Touch’ is a fantastic alternative to plastic water bottles.

Greeniology by Tanya Ha

Greeniology: How to live well, be green and make a difference

Sunday, 14 January 2007

Even if you are so clued-up about green living that you already wash your organic-fabric clothes in a five-star-rated front-loader using cold water and phosphate-free detergent, you should still find useful tips in the new edition of Greeniology.

Palm leaf plates

Feed yourself, feed your garden

Wednesday, 10 January 2007

These totally biodegradable palm leaf plates are designed for a limited number of uses, making them ideal for when you have neither the equipment nor the inclination to wash up.

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