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Ethical Hour

Ethical Hour Directory

My first foray into the sustainable living community was via an #ethicalhour Twitter chat, and I haven’t looked back! From 8-9pm (UK time) on Mondays, join like minded individuals and brands to chat all things ethical and sustainable, or join the Facebook group to connect with people and find out about community events.

Ethical Brand Directory

Want to find some ethical brands but don’t know where to start? Stylist Roberta Lee was fed up of scouring the Internet for stylish and sustainable brands so she created a site to make it easier for everyone! From carefully curated vintage to futuristic fabrics, there are brands here to suit every style, as well as interviews with the people behind the brands, so you can find out more about who made your clothes, and the positive impact you’ll have by shopping with them.

Ethical Consumer Magazine

“Every time you spend money, you are casting a vote for the kind of world you want”. If this Anna Lappe quote resonates with you, then have a look at Ethical Consumer Magazine. Its Product Guides review a wide range of items, from household goods and electricals to clothes and shoes using a comprehensive list of criteria.

Fashion Revolution

Originally set up to call for change after the Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh in 2013, in which 1138 people lost their lives and many more were injured, Fashion Revolution has become a global movement aiming to improve the fashion industry. You can take part in their social media campaigns, read their report on global supply chain transparency, or browse their online zines.

Labour Behind the Label

This grassroots charity works to advocate for garment workers across the globe, helping them in their fight for a living wage, reasonable working hours and union representation. Taking their Six Items Challenge really changed the way I thought about my clothes, but you can also support them by signing petitions or getting involved with their urgent appeal campaigns.

Pebble Magazine

Pebble is “a magazine about living a good life full of adventures”, featuring clothes, technology, food and travel that don’t have a negative impact on the planet. This is a lifestyle magazine for people who want to slow down and enjoy the world around them.

Positive News

If you find the current news cycle exhausting and depressing, read a Positive News article instead! The magazine features thoughtful, in-depth reporting that explores solutions rather than just pointing out problems.

Offset Warehouse

Founder Charlie Ross set up Offset Warehouse after learning the grim realities of industrial textile production while completing her MA. She sources eco-friendly fabrics that are fashionable and luxurious, and can be purchased by the metre as well as wholesale. She also runs the Members Club for ethical businesses, sharing advice and expertise, and a monthly networking event in London.

Ethical Revolution

Sustainable living can seem expensive, and it can be hard to know which brands offer value for money, or have genuine credentials. Ethical Revolution offers discount codes for a wide range of carefully selected ethical brands so your shopping spree can be kind to your wallet as well as the planet.

Ethical Hour

Ethical Hour Directory

My first foray into the sustainable living community was via an #ethicalhour Twitter chat, and I haven’t looked back! From 8-9pm (UK time) on Mondays, join like minded individuals and brands to chat all things ethical and sustainable, or join the Facebook group to connect with people and find out about community events.

Ethical Brand Directory

Want to find some ethical brands but don’t know where to start? Stylist Roberta Lee was fed up of scouring the Internet for stylish and sustainable brands so she created a site to make it easier for everyone! From carefully curated vintage to futuristic fabrics, there are brands here to suit every style, as well as interviews with the people behind the brands, so you can find out more about who made your clothes, and the positive impact you’ll have by shopping with them.

Ethical Consumer Magazine

“Every time you spend money, you are casting a vote for the kind of world you want”. If this Anna Lappe quote resonates with you, then have a look at Ethical Consumer Magazine. Its Product Guides review a wide range of items, from household goods and electricals to clothes and shoes using a comprehensive list of criteria.

Fashion Revolution

Originally set up to call for change after the Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh in 2013, in which 1138 people lost their lives and many more were injured, Fashion Revolution has become a global movement aiming to improve the fashion industry. You can take part in their social media campaigns, read their report on global supply chain transparency, or browse their online zines.

Labour Behind the Label

This grassroots charity works to advocate for garment workers across the globe, helping them in their fight for a living wage, reasonable working hours and union representation. Taking their Six Items Challenge really changed the way I thought about my clothes, but you can also support them by signing petitions or getting involved with their urgent appeal campaigns.

Pebble Magazine

Pebble is “a magazine about living a good life full of adventures”, featuring clothes, technology, food and travel that don’t have a negative impact on the planet. This is a lifestyle magazine for people who want to slow down and enjoy the world around them.

Positive News

If you find the current news cycle exhausting and depressing, read a Positive News article instead! The magazine features thoughtful, in-depth reporting that explores solutions rather than just pointing out problems.

Offset Warehouse

Founder Charlie Ross set up Offset Warehouse after learning the grim realities of industrial textile production while completing her MA. She sources eco-friendly fabrics that are fashionable and luxurious, and can be purchased by the metre as well as wholesale. She also runs the Members Club for ethical businesses, sharing advice and expertise, and a monthly networking event in London.

Ethical Revolution

Sustainable living can seem expensive, and it can be hard to know which brands offer value for money, or have genuine credentials. Ethical Revolution offers discount codes for a wide range of carefully selected ethical brands so your shopping spree can be kind to your wallet as well as the planet.