6 Eco-Friendly Companies To Check Out

Are you looking to expand your wardrobe or buy some new items, but you want to be eco-friendly while in the process?

Tentree eco-friendly companies
INSTAGRAM @tentree

Then check out these six companies you probably haven’t heard of, they each strive for sustainability and are environmentally-conscious.

1. tentree

tentree eco-friendly companies
INSTAGRAM @tentree

This brand sells clothing for men, women, and children ranging from sweatpants, shirts, to onesies. Each item bought means that 10 trees were planted somewhere in the world. The brand tries to be as eco-friendly as possible when making their clothes and has an option to offset the carbon emission caused from the shipping. They also have a commitment referred to as: “Earth-First,” which promotes putting the earth and its inhabitants before anything else. Personally, I am a big fan of tentree and wear at least one article of their clothes a day.

2. United By Blue

United By Blue
INSTAGRAM @unitedbyblue

If you want to keep our oceans clean, this is the company for you! For every product sold, one pound of trash is removed from the Earth’s waters and oceans. This company has clothing for everyone, including: bags, and items for sustainable living. You can even volunteer to help pick up trash to clear local waterways. If there isn’t an event happening near your hometown, you can order a cleanup kit to do by yourself.

3. La Colombe

La Colombe eco-friendly companies
INSTAGRAM @lacolombecoffee

Looking for a new coffee brand to try out? Look no further. This company sells an assortment of coffees, teas, equipment, and even apparel. Visit them in person at one of their many locations expanding across the United States. The coffee boxes are recyclable, and the bags utilize NEO technology which breaks down in landfills. They also compost coffee grounds which helps to grow the barley for local breweries.

4. Allbirds

INSTAGRAM @allbirds

This company’s product has been called “the world’s most comfortable shoe” as seen in articles published by Business Insider and CNN. Allbirds sells shoes made from wool and eucalyptus trees which helps them reduce carbon footprint. They have running, casual, slip-on shoes and many more options to expand your shoe collection. Also, they have a commitment to reversing climate change by measuring carbon output into the atmosphere and then offsetting it through different initiatives.

5. Keep Nature Wild

Keep Nature Wild eco-friendly companies
INSTAGRAM @keepnaturewild

For every item bought, one pound of trash will be picked up from nature. This company strives to give back to the lands that people enjoy every day by selling clothing and accessories centered around an outdoor theme to encourage exploring the great outdoors. You too can participate in their trash clean-ups to help give back to the planet that takes care of you.

6. Parks Project

Parks Project
INSTAGRAM @parksproject

National parks shirts, hats, and accessories come from this company, created to inspire people to visit national parks all while promoting conservation and a clean park environment. Parks Project gives national parks money, they’ve given more than $1,000,000 over the years. Through partnerships with national parks, they have been able to fund projects dedicated to conservation of public land in the United States. Of course, like many other companies on this list, you can volunteer with them to help keep national parks clean.

If you want to find more companies that have similar ethics, check out the Mission Brand Alliance to see more.

Cameron Howell

Content Associate

Cameron is an avid traveler and has lived on three continents. He enjoys learning about different cultures and languages. Cameron loves exploring cities and going on long hikes anywhere in the world.

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