Reducing your carbon footprint doesn’t have to involve solar panels or a new hybrid car. Here are some more affordable products that’ll have you on your stylish way to living a greener life.
Clockwise, from top right: C. Wonder City Bike // Bamboo Kitchen Compost Pail by The Container Store // Rubie Green organic cotton fabric in Habibi and Devalin Stripe // Henry Hall lounge chair // Anna’s Garden Corset top by Alabama Channin // Pure Green magazine, Vol. 5 // Bkr glass water bottle in Lush
Clockwise, from top right: Vegetable brush via Terrain // Bambooee Paper Towels via Williams-Sonoma // Tacoma console by Environment Furniture // Caldrea Kitchen Candle // Baggu resuable bag in Elephant print // Organic Vodka by Square One // Scent of Spring soap by Beekman 1802
Looking to make a bigger impact? This Saturday (April 20) from 9 a.m. to noon, join volunteers at the Atlanta Beltline for the planting of native grass along the Eastside Trail. All ages are welcome; meet at the Historic Fourth Ward Skatepark at 8:30 a.m. Then head over to Four Mile Farmlet & Learning Garden (1700 Dekalb Ave., Atlanta 30307) for an afternoon crash course on organic vegetable gardening from the folks at The Homestead Atlanta, a Georgia Organics-sponsored company that promotes sustainable living. Find more info on the class here.