Shopping Guides

 

Ethical Shopping Guide: “Our criteria involves human and earth protection: positive efforts in environmental stewardship, no forced labor in the making of  products, and ethical treatment of  employees.”

Ethical Shipping Guide contains the following categories, and alternative places where you can shop for them: Great chocolate companies, accessories, clothing & shoes, jewelry, health &  beauty, toys, furniture & home goods, food and drink.

The Good Shopping Guide: “The Good Shopping Guide is to make a positive difference to the  environment, to animal welfare and to communities across the  globe, by helping people make  informed decisions about which  companies and brands  are best for the planet, best for animals  and best for people world-wide.”

The Good Shopping Guide contains the following categories, and alternative places where you can shop for them:  Home & office, energy/tech, food and drink, health & beauty, fashion, finance & money.

Goodnet: “The guide for mindful shoppers.”

Goodnet provides twelve places where you can shop ethically: Gaiam, Good Guide, Ecouterre, Ethical Ocean, Uncommon Goods, Hipcycle, Rising Tide Fair Trade, Abe’s Market, Home Ec, Bambeco, The World of Good, and Green Home.

aVOID: “The aVOID Plug-In is a quick and effective way of protesting against child labor.    Avoiding products that are associated with the exploitation of children forces      manufacturers to tighten up their control procedures.”