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  • greenbiz_sbc - Green Business SB County @greenbiz_sbc 15 hours ago
  • @chumashcasino Resort is a great example of one of our green businesses that closes the loop in their waste streams throughout their facility!

Just a small handful of their sustainability efforts include:
o Left-Over Buffet Food= Donated to @veggierescue / @mealsonwheelsamerica 
o Landscape Trimmings/ Pre-Consumer Food Scraps= Recycled by Engel & Gray, Inc in Santa Maria. Composted into an organic topical mix and sold as Harvest Blend Compost.
o Wooden 4-Way Pallets= taken back by US Foods and reused on future shipments
o Used and stained carpet squares= Recycled with LA Fibers where they are processed into carpet padding for resale.

To hear and see more of their sustainability efforts in person, take a behind the scenes tour of their facility this Thursday from 4:30-6:00 pm! Contact sbgreenalliance@gmail.com for any questions and RSVP here:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdXKXve2tY8scpEL5sZuwPSZRH-Khsl4TFDwlZA9jJ4KsK2Mg/viewform?fbclid=IwAR1heQyiaE24dQmLJwEPTpdQAcQ91Nye0ACxeUoeku6oCm9-r71Bmaw5M2A

Inspired to implement new green practices into your business? Start today to become a Green Business! Contact us at coordinator@greenbizsbc.org to learn more!

#greenbizsbc #greenbusiness #sustainability #votewithyourdollar @chumashcasino Resort is a great example of one of our green businesses that closes the loop in their waste streams throughout their facility! Just a small handful of their sustainability efforts include: o Left-Over Buffet Food= Donated to @veggierescue / @mealsonwheelsamerica o Landscape Trimmings/ Pre-Consumer Food Scraps= Recycled by Engel & Gray, Inc in Santa Maria. Composted into an organic topical mix and sold as Harvest Blend Compost. o Wooden 4-Way Pallets= taken back by US Foods and reused on future shipments o Used and stained carpet squares= Recycled with LA Fibers where they are processed into carpet padding for resale. To hear and see more of their sustainability efforts in person, take a behind the scenes tour of their facility this Thursday from 4:30-6:00 pm! Contact sbgreenalliance@gmail.com for any questions and RSVP here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdXKXve2tY8scpEL5sZuwPSZRH-Khsl4TFDwlZA9jJ4KsK2Mg/viewform?fbclid=IwAR1heQyiaE24dQmLJwEPTpdQAcQ91Nye0ACxeUoeku6oCm9-r71Bmaw5M2A Inspired to implement new green practices into your business? Start today to become a Green Business! Contact us at coordinator@greenbizsbc.org to learn more! #greenbizsbc #greenbusiness #sustainability #votewithyourdollar
  • @chumashcasino Resort is a great example of one of our green businesses that closes the loop in their waste streams throughout their facility! Just a small handful of their sustainability efforts include: o Left-Over Buffet Food= Donated to @veggierescue / @mealsonwheelsamerica o Landscape Trimmings/ Pre-Consumer Food Scraps= Recycled by Engel & Gray, Inc in Santa Maria. Composted into an organic topical mix and sold as Harvest Blend Compost. o Wooden 4-Way Pallets= taken back by US Foods and reused on future shipments o Used and stained carpet squares= Recycled with LA Fibers where they are processed into carpet padding for resale. To hear and see more of their sustainability efforts in person, take a behind the scenes tour of their facility this Thursday from 4:30-6:00 pm! Contact sbgreenalliance@gmail.com for any questions and RSVP here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdXKXve2tY8scpEL5sZuwPSZRH-Khsl4TFDwlZA9jJ4KsK2Mg/viewform?fbclid=IwAR1heQyiaE24dQmLJwEPTpdQAcQ91Nye0ACxeUoeku6oCm9-r71Bmaw5M2A Inspired to implement new green practices into your business? Start today to become a Green Business! Contact us at coordinator@greenbizsbc.org to learn more! #greenbizsbc #greenbusiness #sustainability #votewithyourdollar
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  • edithagoston - Edith @edithagoston 19 hours ago
  • I didn’t know that #truthtuesday was a thing but I’m taking advantage of it today by sharing the truth about fish oil 🐟🚫
It’s important to understand that the fish oil industry is a billion dollar industry that’s only concerned about making $👎 Companies market many health benefits when in fact fish oil is a known carcinogen and the act of fishing to produce these products is leading to the extinction of our oceans 😱and if that happens we will die as well so this is one Serious issue!Now the main reason everyone’s been promoting fish oil consumption is because of the omega 3 content right?! Well that’s not a good enough reason since fish don’t inherently have omega 3s in them 🤔 The only reason they contain these fats is because they eat algae so why don’t we just skip the middle man and eat the algae or plants that contain these omega 3s ourselves? #logicalthinking 😉 By taking a vegan algae supplement like this one from @sunwarriortribe 💓 you’re getting your omega 3s without the saturated fat and cholesterol that comes with any animal product which we now know is the number one cause of heart disease, our leading cause of death. Another huge issue with fish and fish oil is that there is no body of water on planet Earth that has not been polluted😫 This means ALL fish have been contaminated with plastic, heavy metals, hormones and other man made toxins. The last point I want to drive home is that the fish are not here for us to pollute, kill, torture and eat🙅‍♀️ They are intelligent creatures with their own communities and their survival is key to our survival. And how many fish do you think we have to kill to produce your monthly or yearly supply of fish oil? Multiply whatever ungodly number that is by the number of people who consume supplements. Does that sound sustainable? Well expert scientists and marine biologists say that it certainly isn’t and they’re giving us until 2048 before ocean extinction if we continue to fish at the rate we are going (over 2.7 trillion tons of fish a year) 💔 There isn’t enough space to go into enough detail here so I encourage you to view the lecture I linked in my bio by Dr. Brian Clement, director of @hippocratesinst I didn’t know that #truthtuesday was a thing but I’m taking advantage of it today by sharing the truth about fish oil 🐟🚫 It’s important to understand that the fish oil industry is a billion dollar industry that’s only concerned about making $👎 Companies market many health benefits when in fact fish oil is a known carcinogen and the act of fishing to produce these products is leading to the extinction of our oceans 😱and if that happens we will die as well so this is one Serious issue!Now the main reason everyone’s been promoting fish oil consumption is because of the omega 3 content right?! Well that’s not a good enough reason since fish don’t inherently have omega 3s in them 🤔 The only reason they contain these fats is because they eat algae so why don’t we just skip the middle man and eat the algae or plants that contain these omega 3s ourselves? #logicalthinking 😉 By taking a vegan algae supplement like this one from @sunwarriortribe 💓 you’re getting your omega 3s without the saturated fat and cholesterol that comes with any animal product which we now know is the number one cause of heart disease, our leading cause of death. Another huge issue with fish and fish oil is that there is no body of water on planet Earth that has not been polluted😫 This means ALL fish have been contaminated with plastic, heavy metals, hormones and other man made toxins. The last point I want to drive home is that the fish are not here for us to pollute, kill, torture and eat🙅‍♀️ They are intelligent creatures with their own communities and their survival is key to our survival. And how many fish do you think we have to kill to produce your monthly or yearly supply of fish oil? Multiply whatever ungodly number that is by the number of people who consume supplements. Does that sound sustainable? Well expert scientists and marine biologists say that it certainly isn’t and they’re giving us until 2048 before ocean extinction if we continue to fish at the rate we are going (over 2.7 trillion tons of fish a year) 💔 There isn’t enough space to go into enough detail here so I encourage you to view the lecture I linked in my bio by Dr. Brian Clement, director of @hippocratesinst
  • I didn’t know that #truthtuesday was a thing but I’m taking advantage of it today by sharing the truth about fish oil 🐟🚫 It’s important to understand that the fish oil industry is a billion dollar industry that’s only concerned about making $👎 Companies market many health benefits when in fact fish oil is a known carcinogen and the act of fishing to produce these products is leading to the extinction of our oceans 😱and if that happens we will die as well so this is one Serious issue!Now the main reason everyone’s been promoting fish oil consumption is because of the omega 3 content right?! Well that’s not a good enough reason since fish don’t inherently have omega 3s in them 🤔 The only reason they contain these fats is because they eat algae so why don’t we just skip the middle man and eat the algae or plants that contain these omega 3s ourselves? #logicalthinking 😉 By taking a vegan algae supplement like this one from @sunwarriortribe 💓 you’re getting your omega 3s without the saturated fat and cholesterol that comes with any animal product which we now know is the number one cause of heart disease, our leading cause of death. Another huge issue with fish and fish oil is that there is no body of water on planet Earth that has not been polluted😫 This means ALL fish have been contaminated with plastic, heavy metals, hormones and other man made toxins. The last point I want to drive home is that the fish are not here for us to pollute, kill, torture and eat🙅‍♀️ They are intelligent creatures with their own communities and their survival is key to our survival. And how many fish do you think we have to kill to produce your monthly or yearly supply of fish oil? Multiply whatever ungodly number that is by the number of people who consume supplements. Does that sound sustainable? Well expert scientists and marine biologists say that it certainly isn’t and they’re giving us until 2048 before ocean extinction if we continue to fish at the rate we are going (over 2.7 trillion tons of fish a year) 💔 There isn’t enough space to go into enough detail here so I encourage you to view the lecture I linked in my bio by Dr. Brian Clement, director of @hippocratesinst
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  • veganinformation_ - Vegan Information @veganinformation_ 19 hours ago
  • COMPANIES SHOULD TELL THE TRUTH!💔👉 @veganinformation_
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DAWN KILLS. https://www.thoughtco.com/dawn-kills-animals-3970280
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Via @belinda_vegan
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Proctor and Gamble tests on animals, they don't want to stop, but they want the public to think they are animal-friendly.

Last night, I saw a very disturbing commercial for Dawn dishwashing liquid. The commercial claims that thousands of animals caught in oil spills have been saved by being washed in their dishwashing liquid. The video depicts a penguin, a duckling and an otter, all covered with oil, being bathed with their dishwashing liquid.

In the "before" video, you can see how the duckling stumbles and struggles to walk. In tiny letters at the bottom of the screen, it says, "simulated demonstration." This was not footage of an actual rescue. They intentionally covered at least three animals with tempera paint and corn syrup to simulate oil, just so they could wash them on camera. If Dawn really is used to wash oil off of animals, why couldn't they use footage of an actual rescue? The company then has the audacity to put up a website at DawnSavesWildlife.com, extolling their role in wildilfe rescue.

Meanwhile, Proctor and Gamble, the parent corporation that owns Dawn, continues to test on animals and defends animal testing: "We must conduct research involving animals to ensure materials are safe and effective." Not to be branded monsters, they have joined with The Humane Society of the United States in a partnership "committed to the elimination of animal use for consumer product safety evaluation." I'm guessing that this guarantees that HSUS will not target P&G in any campaigns.

P&G, if you were really committed to the elimination of animal testing, you would stop it. Today. Now. Stop the lip service. Stop pretending.

What you can do: Boycott Proctor & Gamble products. Contact Proctor & Gamble at 513-983-1100, to tell them you are boycotting all of their products until they stop testing on animals.
#vegan #veganinformation #votewithyourdollar #veganfortheanimals #animalrights #vegano #veganblogger #veganfortheanimals COMPANIES SHOULD TELL THE TRUTH!💔👉 @veganinformation_ _ DAWN KILLS. https://www.thoughtco.com/dawn-kills-animals-3970280 . . . Via @belinda_vegan . . . Proctor and Gamble tests on animals, they don't want to stop, but they want the public to think they are animal-friendly. Last night, I saw a very disturbing commercial for Dawn dishwashing liquid. The commercial claims that thousands of animals caught in oil spills have been saved by being washed in their dishwashing liquid. The video depicts a penguin, a duckling and an otter, all covered with oil, being bathed with their dishwashing liquid. In the "before" video, you can see how the duckling stumbles and struggles to walk. In tiny letters at the bottom of the screen, it says, "simulated demonstration." This was not footage of an actual rescue. They intentionally covered at least three animals with tempera paint and corn syrup to simulate oil, just so they could wash them on camera. If Dawn really is used to wash oil off of animals, why couldn't they use footage of an actual rescue? The company then has the audacity to put up a website at DawnSavesWildlife.com, extolling their role in wildilfe rescue. Meanwhile, Proctor and Gamble, the parent corporation that owns Dawn, continues to test on animals and defends animal testing: "We must conduct research involving animals to ensure materials are safe and effective." Not to be branded monsters, they have joined with The Humane Society of the United States in a partnership "committed to the elimination of animal use for consumer product safety evaluation." I'm guessing that this guarantees that HSUS will not target P&G in any campaigns. P&G, if you were really committed to the elimination of animal testing, you would stop it. Today. Now. Stop the lip service. Stop pretending. What you can do: Boycott Proctor & Gamble products. Contact Proctor & Gamble at 513-983-1100, to tell them you are boycotting all of their products until they stop testing on animals. #vegan #veganinformation #votewithyourdollar #veganfortheanimals #animalrights #vegano #veganblogger #veganfortheanimals
  • COMPANIES SHOULD TELL THE TRUTH!💔👉 @veganinformation_ _ DAWN KILLS. https://www.thoughtco.com/dawn-kills-animals-3970280 . . . Via @belinda_vegan . . . Proctor and Gamble tests on animals, they don't want to stop, but they want the public to think they are animal-friendly. Last night, I saw a very disturbing commercial for Dawn dishwashing liquid. The commercial claims that thousands of animals caught in oil spills have been saved by being washed in their dishwashing liquid. The video depicts a penguin, a duckling and an otter, all covered with oil, being bathed with their dishwashing liquid. In the "before" video, you can see how the duckling stumbles and struggles to walk. In tiny letters at the bottom of the screen, it says, "simulated demonstration." This was not footage of an actual rescue. They intentionally covered at least three animals with tempera paint and corn syrup to simulate oil, just so they could wash them on camera. If Dawn really is used to wash oil off of animals, why couldn't they use footage of an actual rescue? The company then has the audacity to put up a website at DawnSavesWildlife.com, extolling their role in wildilfe rescue. Meanwhile, Proctor and Gamble, the parent corporation that owns Dawn, continues to test on animals and defends animal testing: "We must conduct research involving animals to ensure materials are safe and effective." Not to be branded monsters, they have joined with The Humane Society of the United States in a partnership "committed to the elimination of animal use for consumer product safety evaluation." I'm guessing that this guarantees that HSUS will not target P&G in any campaigns. P&G, if you were really committed to the elimination of animal testing, you would stop it. Today. Now. Stop the lip service. Stop pretending. What you can do: Boycott Proctor & Gamble products. Contact Proctor & Gamble at 513-983-1100, to tell them you are boycotting all of their products until they stop testing on animals. #vegan #veganinformation #votewithyourdollar #veganfortheanimals #animalrights #vegano #veganblogger #veganfortheanimals
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  • emiliespruill - Emilie • Clean Beauty Mama @emiliespruill 1 day ago
  • #Repost @safechicbeauty
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Who knew lipstick could be revolutionary?⁣
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In celebration of our 6th Anniversary, we’re proud to offer a bold lipstick that embodies our mission to get safer products into the hands of everyone. Perfect for all skin tones, this safer formula delivers vibrant red color and a satin finish with a touch of fresh peppermint flavor.⁣
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We are proud to be the leading company advocating for more health-protective laws for the personal care industry. ⁣
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Did you know?⁣
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Ingredients used in personal care products aren’t required to be tested for safety on human health. We’re working to change that.⁣
When formulating our products, we prohibit the use of over 1,500 harmful or questionable ingredients.⁣
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Show your support:
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Text “BetterBeauty” to 52886 to ask Congress to act.⁣
Wear the lipstick and tag a photo on Instagram @beautycounter with #betterbeauty.⁣
Help spread the word of our movement by sharing Beautycounter Red with a friend. For a limited time, buy 2 and save $10. Link in bio. #repost @safechicbeauty ・・・ Who knew lipstick could be revolutionary?⁣ ⁣ In celebration of our 6th Anniversary, we’re proud to offer a bold lipstick that embodies our mission to get safer products into the hands of everyone. Perfect for all skin tones, this safer formula delivers vibrant red color and a satin finish with a touch of fresh peppermint flavor.⁣ ⁣ We are proud to be the leading company advocating for more health-protective laws for the personal care industry. ⁣ ⁣ Did you know?⁣ ⁣ Ingredients used in personal care products aren’t required to be tested for safety on human health. We’re working to change that.⁣ When formulating our products, we prohibit the use of over 1,500 harmful or questionable ingredients.⁣ ⁣ Show your support: ⁣ Text “BetterBeauty” to 52886 to ask Congress to act.⁣ Wear the lipstick and tag a photo on Instagram @beautycounter with #betterbeauty.⁣ Help spread the word of our movement by sharing Beautycounter Red with a friend. For a limited time, buy 2 and save $10. Link in bio.
  • #repost @safechicbeauty ・・・ Who knew lipstick could be revolutionary?⁣ ⁣ In celebration of our 6th Anniversary, we’re proud to offer a bold lipstick that embodies our mission to get safer products into the hands of everyone. Perfect for all skin tones, this safer formula delivers vibrant red color and a satin finish with a touch of fresh peppermint flavor.⁣ ⁣ We are proud to be the leading company advocating for more health-protective laws for the personal care industry. ⁣ ⁣ Did you know?⁣ ⁣ Ingredients used in personal care products aren’t required to be tested for safety on human health. We’re working to change that.⁣ When formulating our products, we prohibit the use of over 1,500 harmful or questionable ingredients.⁣ ⁣ Show your support: ⁣ Text “BetterBeauty” to 52886 to ask Congress to act.⁣ Wear the lipstick and tag a photo on Instagram @beautycounter with #betterbeauty.⁣ Help spread the word of our movement by sharing Beautycounter Red with a friend. For a limited time, buy 2 and save $10. Link in bio.
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  • kaitsenter - Kaitlin Senter @kaitsenter 1 day ago
  • Five minutes, six products (okay, I used 8, just can't quit my illuminating cream + @tartecosmetics color corrector). // Feeling put together doesn't have to take a long time, be fussy or over the top but makes a HUGE difference in my day. Start to finish: (& mostly @beautycounter)
- Instant Illuminating Cream
- Tint Skin
- Tarte Color Corrector
- volumizing mascara
- Touch up Skin Concealer
- Cream Blush
- Lip Gloss in Bare Shimmer Five minutes, six products (okay, I used 8, just can't quit my illuminating cream + @tartecosmetics color corrector). // Feeling put together doesn't have to take a long time, be fussy or over the top but makes a HUGE difference in my day. Start to finish: (& mostly @beautycounter) - Instant Illuminating Cream - Tint Skin - Tarte Color Corrector - volumizing mascara - Touch up Skin Concealer - Cream Blush - Lip Gloss in Bare Shimmer
  • Five minutes, six products (okay, I used 8, just can't quit my illuminating cream + @tartecosmetics color corrector). // Feeling put together doesn't have to take a long time, be fussy or over the top but makes a HUGE difference in my day. Start to finish: (& mostly @beautycounter) - Instant Illuminating Cream - Tint Skin - Tarte Color Corrector - volumizing mascara - Touch up Skin Concealer - Cream Blush - Lip Gloss in Bare Shimmer
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  • the.natural.edge - Simon Jeffries @the.natural.edge 1 day ago
  • Rare tea!
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Recently I had a message from  @rareteacompany asking if I would like to try a selection of their teas. In all honesty I am not a huge drinker of hot beverages but I said yes primarily because I was blown away by their ethos and values.
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The Rare Tea Company is a small, independent company based in London. The company was founded in 2004 by Henrietta Lovell to source and supply the world's best tea direct from farmers and their tea gardens. I suppose what struck me most about the brand was the passion they have for what they do as well as the integrity with which they deliver their products.
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This is in stark contrast to how so many companies operate today and it shows just what can be achieved with hard work by people who care about what they do. From what I can see they have built their success on a foundation of trust through real relationships with both producers and customers. And the only way to do this is with transparency: All of their tea is crafted by skilled men and women on independent farms, not industrially processed by large agri-businesses. They are wholly committed to Direct Trade and do not buy from brokers or middle men.
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Rare Tea also have a strong commitment to sustainable farming practices: “...like Rajah Banerjee at Makaibari, have adopted biodynamic as well as organic standards. He is so committed to preserving his corner of the Himalayan foothills that he preserves two thirds of his estate as virgin forest. This not only improves the quality of his tea but helps to protect an endangered tiger population.”
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They also realise ethical farming is not a black and white issue which is why they work with small producers who don't always have the money or manpower necessary for the complex and costly process of organic certification. This means they sacrifice the selling power of organic labelling because it would disadvantage the smaller farms they most admire.
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There is so much more I could write about these guys from their policies on waste and carbon footprints to the charity they have founded. But I’ve run out of space, so instead just go and take a look for yourself. Rare tea! • Recently I had a message from  @rareteacompany asking if I would like to try a selection of their teas. In all honesty I am not a huge drinker of hot beverages but I said yes primarily because I was blown away by their ethos and values. • The Rare Tea Company is a small, independent company based in London. The company was founded in 2004 by Henrietta Lovell to source and supply the world's best tea direct from farmers and their tea gardens. I suppose what struck me most about the brand was the passion they have for what they do as well as the integrity with which they deliver their products. • This is in stark contrast to how so many companies operate today and it shows just what can be achieved with hard work by people who care about what they do. From what I can see they have built their success on a foundation of trust through real relationships with both producers and customers. And the only way to do this is with transparency: All of their tea is crafted by skilled men and women on independent farms, not industrially processed by large agri-businesses. They are wholly committed to Direct Trade and do not buy from brokers or middle men. • Rare Tea also have a strong commitment to sustainable farming practices: “...like Rajah Banerjee at Makaibari, have adopted biodynamic as well as organic standards. He is so committed to preserving his corner of the Himalayan foothills that he preserves two thirds of his estate as virgin forest. This not only improves the quality of his tea but helps to protect an endangered tiger population.” • They also realise ethical farming is not a black and white issue which is why they work with small producers who don't always have the money or manpower necessary for the complex and costly process of organic certification. This means they sacrifice the selling power of organic labelling because it would disadvantage the smaller farms they most admire. • There is so much more I could write about these guys from their policies on waste and carbon footprints to the charity they have founded. But I’ve run out of space, so instead just go and take a look for yourself.
  • Rare tea! • Recently I had a message from  @rareteacompany asking if I would like to try a selection of their teas. In all honesty I am not a huge drinker of hot beverages but I said yes primarily because I was blown away by their ethos and values. • The Rare Tea Company is a small, independent company based in London. The company was founded in 2004 by Henrietta Lovell to source and supply the world's best tea direct from farmers and their tea gardens. I suppose what struck me most about the brand was the passion they have for what they do as well as the integrity with which they deliver their products. • This is in stark contrast to how so many companies operate today and it shows just what can be achieved with hard work by people who care about what they do. From what I can see they have built their success on a foundation of trust through real relationships with both producers and customers. And the only way to do this is with transparency: All of their tea is crafted by skilled men and women on independent farms, not industrially processed by large agri-businesses. They are wholly committed to Direct Trade and do not buy from brokers or middle men. • Rare Tea also have a strong commitment to sustainable farming practices: “...like Rajah Banerjee at Makaibari, have adopted biodynamic as well as organic standards. He is so committed to preserving his corner of the Himalayan foothills that he preserves two thirds of his estate as virgin forest. This not only improves the quality of his tea but helps to protect an endangered tiger population.” • They also realise ethical farming is not a black and white issue which is why they work with small producers who don't always have the money or manpower necessary for the complex and costly process of organic certification. This means they sacrifice the selling power of organic labelling because it would disadvantage the smaller farms they most admire. • There is so much more I could write about these guys from their policies on waste and carbon footprints to the charity they have founded. But I’ve run out of space, so instead just go and take a look for yourself.
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  • theboulderlyon - Madii @theboulderlyon 1 day ago
  • #votewithyourdollar 
Repost from @equillibriumofficial  who reposted from @fash_rev 
Something my sister taught me about food but applies to everything. In a society where money rules, the consumer has the power. Corporations don't want you to realize that.

Also I'm saying this right after a trip to Walmart. 🤷 #human #votewithyourdollar Repost from @equillibriumofficial who reposted from @fash_rev Something my sister taught me about food but applies to everything. In a society where money rules, the consumer has the power. Corporations don't want you to realize that. Also I'm saying this right after a trip to Walmart. 🤷 #human
  • #votewithyourdollar Repost from @equillibriumofficial who reposted from @fash_rev Something my sister taught me about food but applies to everything. In a society where money rules, the consumer has the power. Corporations don't want you to realize that. Also I'm saying this right after a trip to Walmart. 🤷 #human
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  • pirani_life - Pirani Life @pirani_life 1 day ago
  • SALE! 🎉 #PartySustainably this President's Day and don't miss out on our one day sale ending at midnight!  Use promo code PRESIDENTS for 20% off at check out. (Link in bio)
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 This guy already got a head start! SALE! 🎉 #partysustainably this President's Day and don't miss out on our one day sale ending at midnight!  Use promo code PRESIDENTS for 20% off at check out. (Link in bio) - 🐐 - This guy already got a head start!
  • SALE! 🎉 #partysustainably this President's Day and don't miss out on our one day sale ending at midnight!  Use promo code PRESIDENTS for 20% off at check out. (Link in bio) - 🐐 - This guy already got a head start!
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  • molly.nourishtolive - Molly @molly.nourishtolive 1 day ago
  • 👖👟You’re cleaning up far beyond DC, @reformation Sustainable fashion is better for the entire planet and our health!
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👕Sustainable fashion is the way the market is moving! Thank goodness! Did you know that fashion is one of the dirtiest Industries! Since Fashion touches on four major areas: waste, water, toxic chemicals and energy, it’s impact is vast. The real problem comes from fast fashion which is most major brands and retailers, especially all those cheaply made clothes (they may be a bargain to us but they come with a high cost to our planet, our health and to all of the workers) but to be clear, extremely expensive brands are often just as harmful!
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👚Sustainable fashion or eco-fashion is based on a system which can be supported indefinitely in terms of human impact on the environment and social responsibility. This can include shopping at consignment shops, purchasing less clothes in general (the less we purchase, the less clothes will be made and most importantly, the less will be thrown away) and purchasing from sustainable brands!
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👗There are some awesome sustainable fashion brands out there, like @reformation (where this picture was taken!) and @rothys (see my camo Rothys loafers in this pic) @rothys makes their machine-washable shoes from single-use plastics. Just over three years in, they’ve taken close to 25 million plastic bottles destined for landfills and repurposed them into timeless, durable flats. Looking for a pair of cute shoes and a way to help the planet!? There’s a link for $20 off your first pair of Rothys in my profile!
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👠I have a whole list of other sustainable fashion brands that I love, as well! What are your favorite sustainable brands!? .
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Ps my friend @thewellfactor is rockin a pair of Tretorns she got at a consignment shop in this pic. 👟🙌🏼
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#sustainablefashion #betterfortheplanet #betterforourhealth #betterforworkers #votewithyourdollar #forourfuture #reformation #rothys #consignment #buyless #wasteless #truecost #dc #georgetown 👖👟You’re cleaning up far beyond DC, @reformation Sustainable fashion is better for the entire planet and our health! . 👕Sustainable fashion is the way the market is moving! Thank goodness! Did you know that fashion is one of the dirtiest Industries! Since Fashion touches on four major areas: waste, water, toxic chemicals and energy, it’s impact is vast. The real problem comes from fast fashion which is most major brands and retailers, especially all those cheaply made clothes (they may be a bargain to us but they come with a high cost to our planet, our health and to all of the workers) but to be clear, extremely expensive brands are often just as harmful! . 👚Sustainable fashion or eco-fashion is based on a system which can be supported indefinitely in terms of human impact on the environment and social responsibility. This can include shopping at consignment shops, purchasing less clothes in general (the less we purchase, the less clothes will be made and most importantly, the less will be thrown away) and purchasing from sustainable brands! . 👗There are some awesome sustainable fashion brands out there, like @reformation (where this picture was taken!) and @rothys (see my camo Rothys loafers in this pic) @rothys makes their machine-washable shoes from single-use plastics. Just over three years in, they’ve taken close to 25 million plastic bottles destined for landfills and repurposed them into timeless, durable flats. Looking for a pair of cute shoes and a way to help the planet!? There’s a link for $20 off your first pair of Rothys in my profile! . 👠I have a whole list of other sustainable fashion brands that I love, as well! What are your favorite sustainable brands!? . . Ps my friend @thewellfactor is rockin a pair of Tretorns she got at a consignment shop in this pic. 👟🙌🏼 . . #sustainablefashion #betterfortheplanet #betterforourhealth #betterforworkers #votewithyourdollar #forourfuture #reformation #rothys #consignment #buyless #wasteless #truecost #dc #georgetown
  • 👖👟You’re cleaning up far beyond DC, @reformation Sustainable fashion is better for the entire planet and our health! . 👕Sustainable fashion is the way the market is moving! Thank goodness! Did you know that fashion is one of the dirtiest Industries! Since Fashion touches on four major areas: waste, water, toxic chemicals and energy, it’s impact is vast. The real problem comes from fast fashion which is most major brands and retailers, especially all those cheaply made clothes (they may be a bargain to us but they come with a high cost to our planet, our health and to all of the workers) but to be clear, extremely expensive brands are often just as harmful! . 👚Sustainable fashion or eco-fashion is based on a system which can be supported indefinitely in terms of human impact on the environment and social responsibility. This can include shopping at consignment shops, purchasing less clothes in general (the less we purchase, the less clothes will be made and most importantly, the less will be thrown away) and purchasing from sustainable brands! . 👗There are some awesome sustainable fashion brands out there, like @reformation (where this picture was taken!) and @rothys (see my camo Rothys loafers in this pic) @rothys makes their machine-washable shoes from single-use plastics. Just over three years in, they’ve taken close to 25 million plastic bottles destined for landfills and repurposed them into timeless, durable flats. Looking for a pair of cute shoes and a way to help the planet!? There’s a link for $20 off your first pair of Rothys in my profile! . 👠I have a whole list of other sustainable fashion brands that I love, as well! What are your favorite sustainable brands!? . . Ps my friend @thewellfactor is rockin a pair of Tretorns she got at a consignment shop in this pic. 👟🙌🏼 . . #sustainablefashion #betterfortheplanet #betterforourhealth #betterforworkers #votewithyourdollar #forourfuture #reformation #rothys #consignment #buyless #wasteless #truecost #dc #georgetown
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  • Trying to be #lowwaste with my makeup. It has taken quite a few months to get here, but my system is not perfect. Ideally, I wouldn’t need so many products in the first place but I’m purchasing less these days. Hoping to be more minimalist in the future. Loving @dabherbmakeup foundation and lip/cheek stain. I’m trying @elatecosmetics mascara and eyeliner, but I’m hoping to transition to plastic-free alternatives down the line. Does anyone have experience with cake-style eyeliners and mascaras? Would love some recommendations. #lowwasteliving #attemptingzerowaste #lowwastemakeup #votewithyourdollar Trying to be #lowwaste with my makeup. It has taken quite a few months to get here, but my system is not perfect. Ideally, I wouldn’t need so many products in the first place but I’m purchasing less these days. Hoping to be more minimalist in the future. Loving @dabherbmakeup foundation and lip/cheek stain. I’m trying @elatecosmetics mascara and eyeliner, but I’m hoping to transition to plastic-free alternatives down the line. Does anyone have experience with cake-style eyeliners and mascaras? Would love some recommendations. #lowwasteliving #attemptingzerowaste #lowwastemakeup #votewithyourdollar
  • Trying to be #lowwaste with my makeup. It has taken quite a few months to get here, but my system is not perfect. Ideally, I wouldn’t need so many products in the first place but I’m purchasing less these days. Hoping to be more minimalist in the future. Loving @dabherbmakeup foundation and lip/cheek stain. I’m trying @elatecosmetics mascara and eyeliner, but I’m hoping to transition to plastic-free alternatives down the line. Does anyone have experience with cake-style eyeliners and mascaras? Would love some recommendations. #lowwasteliving #attemptingzerowaste #lowwastemakeup #votewithyourdollar
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