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Notpla
Cheaper than plastic, and edible! Reduce single use plastic
Ooho and our other packaging solutions are made from Notpla, a material made from seaweed and plants that disappear, naturally.
11 Alternatives to Notpla

An open, growing list of 150+ vetted resources for ethical living — from books to browser extensions, TED talks to apps – and ethical alternatives to projects from the big five nasty tech giants, including alternatives to Chrome, Drive, Maps, Fa$ebook, and much more.

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ethical.net
On first glance, living as an ethical consumer looks to be getting easier. The market for more virtuous, sustainable products is growing deeper and sprouting into new sectors. The food industry has long led the way - free range meats, and fair trade produce, for example - and today's burgeoning vegan industry shows that consumers'...
ethical.net
If there is a time for positive change, look no further - it's always now. Because there's no better time than now to do something, but also because this world, on so many levels (you know, you've been there too) was seriously derailed in the past couple of years.
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Blueland is re-imagining CPG to eliminate single-use plastic packaging. We're starting with proprietary cleaners sold as the Clean Up Kit: 3 Forever Bottles, 3 different nickel-sized tablets. They're 300x lighter, 200x smaller and $2/refill. Fill, drop, clean!

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Fast Company
If you quickly scan through the products under your sink-counter spray, window cleaner, dish soap-they all have one thing in common: Water is their main ingredient. Until now, few consumers thought this was a problem. But as a growing number of people become increasingly aware of both climate change and plastic pollution, the outsize environmental impact of … See more
TechCrunch
Sarah Paiji had the idea to launch the eco-friendly refillable cleaning supply retailer Blueland after hearing about the abundance of microplastics in the water she was using to dilute her child's baby formula. Paiji wanted to cut back on her plastic consumption, and reduce her contribution t...
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When Sarah Paiji Yoo first learned that microplastics - tiny particles of broken down plastic - are polluting the food we eat and water we drink, she was stunned. Recent studies have shown that not only are there more than 5 trillion pieces of plastic in the world's oceans, but also that microplastics can be found in just about everything we consume, includi… See more
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