Gifts For Living Sustainably
Who says sustainability has to be boring? The gift ideas we’ve collected will help everyone in your life live more sustainably, in style. Give the gift of sustainability!
Mason Jars are an incredibly versatile tool in becoming a zero-waste household. They are perfect for transporting a smoothie, making a salad dressing, meal prep, storing leftovers and more. We like to buy ours in bulk and use them everyday so when we came across these bamboo lids we were thrilled. These Bamboo Mason Jar Lids turn mason jars into spill-proof, sippable glasses. We use ours at the beach and camping to reduce waste.
Americans use 500 million plastic straws every single day. Using reusable straws is the simplest step someone can take toward living a more sustainable lifestyle. And for people on the go, reusable cutlery and collapsible straws make it easy to skip the plastic knife and fork when grabbing a quick bite!
Speaking of thin, impossible to recycle plastic, replacing plastic wrap with these cute bees wax wraps not only reduces waste, but also eliminates the potential for endocrine disrupting chemicals getting in your food. A win for you and the environment!
The Keurig and Nespresso have become some of the most popular coffee makers in the country, but along with the perfect single cup of coffee comes a perfect piece of plastic going straight to a landfill. Luckily one gift can make their day without the waste. Throw in their favorite beans for an added bonus.
Give the gift of sparkle without adding to the microplastics in the ocean. Microplastics are one of the biggest problems facing our oceans today, it’s been reported scientists have found microplastics in the deepest point of the ocean, Challenger Deep, in the Mariana Trench. This 8 pack of eco-friendly glitter can help you give glitter without the guilt!
Diverting food waste from landfills is something everyone can do on a daily basis. When it decomposes, food waste in landfills produces methane, a greenhouse gas over 20x as potent as carbon dioxide at trapping heat. According to the Washington Post “worldwide implementation of composting can reduce emissions by 2.3 billion tons over the next 30 years.”
This Vintage Look Metal Compost Bin countertop composter isn’t an eye sore and is perfect for beginners. For someone with a little outdoor space, this large outdoor rotating composter will help level-up their compost game