How to have an eco-friendly and ethical Christmas #3: Gift wrapping

Already the third and almost last part of the How to have a green and ethical Christmas series! Time flies and in a bit over a week, it’s Christmas Day!! (I still don’t get why it makes me so happy)

Anyways, now that we’ve covered trees and presents , let’s talk about wrapping and how to make sure it doesn’t contribute to more unnecessary waste!

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How to have an eco-friendly and ethical Christmas #2: Presents that make sense

Unless you’re in a minimalist (which I don’t claim to be (yet)) or your culture doesn’t celebrate Christmas, chances are, there’ll be a some presents involved at the end of December.

And as you know, presents, except if they’re second hand or if you’re offering an experience, mean use of natural resources and possibly high environmental and social impact. Hence this list compiling eco-friendly and ethical presents for family and friends who are not always super into the green, vegan, conscious lifestyle but still support you!

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How to have an eco-friendly and ethical Christmas #1 : Christmas trees

I’ve been seeing so many trees being sold in the streets and people starting to buy them that I thought it’d be the perfect topic to inaugurate the eco friendly and ethical Christmas series. Because contrary to many people may think, the trees that really puts the Christmas vibe in our homes are not at all “merry” for our Planet Earth!

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