10 Ethical Gift Guides From Our Favourite Bloggers

10 Ethical Gift Guides From Our Favorite Bloggers

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas everywhere you go and if you are on the internet there is a lot to choose from, picking the perfect present is hard right?

Well, we’re doing things a little differently this year here on The Eco Hub, no need to search for eco-friendly gift guides, we’ve rounded up our top 10 Ethical Gift Guides From Our Favourite Bloggers.

Kaméa Chayne from The Conscious Fashion Collective has a simply beautiful roundup of gifts to help you “shop according to the specific interests, passions, and needs of those lucky enough to have you in their lives.” 

Jen Panaro from Honestly Modern has a really fun gift guides, its “a list of fun and eco-friendly white elephant gift ideas that won’t leave with you a guilty conscience.” 

Got a wellness lover in your midst?  Kathryn Kellog from Going Zero Waste has the perfect roundup, “we’re taking better care of the planet, we’re also taking better care of our bodies and vice versa.”  

Leah Wise from StyleWise has curated this list based on “on metrics of fair labor, eco-friendliness, quality, and aesthetic” and there is something for everyone on this list.

Natalie Kay Smith from Sustainably Chic has a list that features “upcycled shoe insoles, glass straws and cozy socks”, just to name a few.

Faye Lesser from Ethical Unicon has a guide that features gifts for “the storyteller, the zero waster, the hygge fan, the social justice advocate” and many many more.

Jazzmine Raine from Causeartist has the “Social Impact Holiday Gift Guide For Conscious Consumers”, featuring ethical brands from across North America and the world.

Renee Peters from Model4GreenLiving has her Plastic-Free Holiday Gift Guide, which is “a win-win because you get to give to those you love (something they actually need), and at the same time encourage the helpful habits needed for our planet’s sustainable future”. 

Verena Erin from My Green Closet’s gift guide has a big list featuring items that are mostly under $100, “including cool DIYs, a cute apron and so much more”.  

Annie Zhu of Terumah says about her gift guide, “I scoured the Interweb for gifts that are not only ethically made but interesting and useful, sectioned into budgets of under $25, $50, $100 and $150″, see the list here.

 

Happy Shopping beauties! 

 

Candice

Candice Batista is an award winning Environmental Journalist and one of Canada’s leading eco advocates. Her career spans national and international media outlets, where she has used her background in environmental studies and media & communications to produce and report on various environmental and climate issues for primarily television and digital audiences including Huffington Post, The Globe & Mail, The Weather Network, CityTV, Rogers Television, The Pet Network, iChannel, and CTV, where she is currently the National Eco Expert for the stations number 1 daytime talk show, The Marilyn Denis Show.

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