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Emma Watson's Sustainable Style Collection for People Tree

Emma Watson's Sustainable Style Collection for People Tree

The newest installment of Harry Potter (Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows: Part 1) came out this past weekend and the world could not wait […]

by × November 22, 2010 × 3 comments

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Artful Undergarments: Rio Wrenn's R.A.W. Eco Lingerie Collection

Artful Undergarments: Rio Wrenn's R.A.W. Eco Lingerie Collection

Portland, Oregon based textile designer Rio Wrenn has a unique vision for lingerie, combining modern eco friendly materials and dying techniques, antique constructions and ethical […]

by × June 18, 2010 × 2 comments

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What's Wrong With This Picture?

What's Wrong With This Picture?

In a country with a population of 1 billion and the average individual income less than $500 USD per year, it might seem sort of […]

by × September 22, 2008 × 9 comments

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Help Fight Chocolate Extinction!

Help Fight Chocolate Extinction!

First the honeybees (and duh, the honey) and now chocolate is on the decline? Say it ain’t so!! According to this CNN article on the […]

by × July 9, 2008 × 7 comments

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Eco-Fashion Makes Local Farmers Happy

Eco-Fashion Makes Local Farmers Happy

The organics industry is expected to boom faster than ever in the next few years. And I’m stoked. It seems like everywhere I look, someone […]

by × January 10, 2008 × 4 comments

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Green Guru: Environmental Costs of Dried Fruit, Battery-Powered Mowers, and Red #40 on Hummers

Green Guru: Environmental Costs of Dried Fruit, Battery-Powered Mowers, and Red #40 on Hummers

Since I write this column for Audubon Magazine, I thought I would share my (laboriously researched) advice with Eco Chick readers. In considering the hidden […]

by × November 15, 2007 × 1 comment

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Ashley Watson Recycled Leather Bags

Ashley Watson Recycled Leather Bags

Look at these gorgeous bags!! Ashley Watson designs them from Vancouver, Canada, where they are also produced (no sweatshop labor!). Not only are they pretty, […]

by × November 1, 2007 × 10 comments

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Green for All

Green for All

I’ve been reading quite a bit lately about Van Jones and his Oakland-based campaign, Green For All, and I’ve got to say, I’m intrigued. Premised […]

by × October 18, 2007 × 5 comments

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Beau Soleil: C'est Tres Chic…

Beau Soleil: C'est Tres Chic…

Beau Soleil is a new line of ecofriendly dresses, and are they gorgeous! Designer Anne Epstein uses bamboo, veggie-dyed organic cottons, vintage fabrics, tencel, and […]

by × October 6, 2007 × 0 comments

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Eco Moms: Inspirational Green Links

Eco Moms: Inspirational Green Links

As a new mother, I am always researching various topics regarding child rearing and environmentally friendly practices. Here are a few sites that I frequent […]

by × September 8, 2007 × 16 comments