GIFTS FOR THE EARTH

Giving gifts to our beloved ones is a great opportunity to show our love and to give a little of attention to our darlings.
Sometimes I am touring the city, looking for a gift to a family member or a friend. I always find myself thinking "oh this guy (it is always guys!) have everything! What can you find for someone who have everything"?
For a society who adores abundance, and for all of us who don’t have another spare inch for whatever possible to purchase in the next shopping center next to you, I concentrate some lovely gifts, focusing on nature. These gifts can help save our planet in a way, save some energy to the earth.
 

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Growing up a kid in our world is kind of a mess. A lot of disposable cups, endless non-woven wipes and so… For new parents who care for the world, ecoBirdy is a brand that recycles discarded plastic toys into colorful, kid-sized design furniture that is comfortable to use and easy to clean.
ecoBirdy created a system that goes from the collection and recycling of old, unused plastic toys to the design and production of furniture pieces. The collection of kids furniture pieces is entirely made of recycled plastic from European waste.

 

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Check out those environmentally friendly stainless steel cup: stainless steel drinking cup is safe, healthy, sturdy and reusable; helps to reduce waste and chemicals produced by plastic and glass cups

 

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Help your darlings to make their own seedling pots from nothing more than recycled newspapers! This simple kit will allow them to make a limitless supply of sturdy but biodegradable pots for seeds, seedlings and young plants. No more plastic from the nursery, Yes for reusing newspapers.

 

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Danish interiors brand Ferm Living is launching an outdoor collection made from upcycled plastic to encourage the uptake of second-life waste materials. Besides the fact that these items are made of recycled PET bottles and polyester, they are extremely attractive!

 

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The Trouble with Toilet Paper: Americans use on average a roll and a half of toilet paper per week, the manufacturing of which requires 55.5 gallons of water, according to US start-up Tushy. Helping consumers use less paper, Tushy has created a bidet-like water-spraying device that attaches to the toilet, purportedly using on average just 1.3 gallons per week

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