Do you know someone who strives to live sustainably or someone who’s looking to be more eco-conscious for the new year? The guide below can help you pick the perfect gifts for them!
Parks Project is full of gifts, but this blanket—made from 73 percent recycled cotton—is a standout. Every purchase from the brand helps fund a project in America’s National Park system, so it’s the ultimate feel-good present.
Or a koala, tiger, polar bear … you get the idea. World Wildlife Fund has many symbolic adoptions to choose from so the activist in your life can help do their part in protecting wild animals. Plus, you get a stuffed toy in the animal’s honor!
Not only are these cozy slippers made with faux fur, they’re made with recycled faux fur, making this super soft gift the one to give this year.
Who doesn’t love adding a mug to their collection every holiday season? Wholesome Culture’s bamboo mug is perfect for the coffee and tea drinker in your life. Plus, 10 percent of the brand’s profits go to animal rescue and environmental organizations.
Made with eucalyptus fibers, this is the weighted blanket you’ve been waiting for. It comes in five colors, three different weights, and is cool to the touch.
Embarking on a zero waste journey can seem daunting, but this starter kit makes it easy. It comes complete with a set of bamboo utensils, a stainless steel straw, an organic produce bag, and more.
This gift is the perfect stocking stuffer for a new homeowner or for someone who’s optimistic the year ahead will be a little more fun.
Another out-of-the-park stocking stuffer is chocolate; specifically, organic, fair trade chocolate that’s as good for you as it is for the planet.
This cookbook contains 100 recipes dedicated to cooking without waste. They’re simpler than you may think!
Made with 100 percent recycled paper, choose from one of these stylish and sustainable sketch or notebooks for the creative in your inner circle.
Not only does Think Coffee have good coffee but they also do a lot of good for their New York community—and beyond. Read more about the company’s social project initiative here.
This linen apron is the ideal gift for the seasoned home cook, or the newcomer whose found a new hobby in baking bread.
A pair of shoes may not be the first thing you think of when you think of a sustainable gift, but these high-quality sneaks are made of all recyclable materials, including plastic bottles.