ethical shopping

Feel good about where you spend your money.
Like many of us, I was unknowingly taking part in the U.S.'s number one export to the developing world: used clothing. Did
After witnessing the tragic plastic problem in Bali, I suddenly became hyper aware of the various bad behaviors tourists tend to unwittingly exhibit. Think you might be guilty of a bad habit or two?
That Forever 21 top comes with a high price after all.
How your underwear can benefit the Malala Fund.
Do you know where the items you buy come from?  That, alongside such factors as carbon footprint and animal rights, comprise
We believe that not only is it possible to find options that align with your values, but also that by continuing to support these alternatives, we can grow those supply chains and industries which are effectively and transparently making sustainable improvements in their supply chain.
It's been suggested to me that I should not be making any profits, that my business should be a charity, and that I should not pay myself a salary.
Living in multiple worlds, none that I entirely fit, isn't a deficit. Instead, I feel it has allowed me to see outside the box. I am no one thing and therefore no one culture or experience defines me.
Whether we like it or not, consumerism shapes many aspects of our society. Put a little differently, the way we spend our money communicates our beliefs, values, and interests.