April 22, 2014
It’s Earth Day! And what better way to give back to our beautiful planet than by doing our part. Let’s start recycling those Starbucks cups, and turning off the lights, and if you are too lazy to go plant a tree, how about contributing to an eco-friendly project? We created a short list of crowdfunded projects currently on Kickstarter and Indiegogo that you can help:
Salts Organic Clothing: This project looks to fund the production of the 2014 Salts Summer Organic Clothing Collection. The entire line is made with a soft and lasting viscose from bamboo, organic cotton blend fabric.
People Light: A fun, original and environmentally friendly LED lamp that is handmade in the USA and will pay for itself over its lifespan.
Splitting Nicaragua: This project is a documentary that looks to investigate the decision to build a canal through Nicaragua. It has the potential of creating an environmental catastrophe for an uncertain economic opportunity.
thirty30: An eco-friendly all-natural nutrition company focused on bringing customers the highest-quality products, and packaging them as conveniently as possible, using the most eco-friendly materials and methods available.
The Ocean Energy Turbine: The first commercially viable, clean renewable energy source that has the potential to compete with and eventually replace fossil fuels and nuclear energy dependence.
The BullBag: A foldable, reusable dumpster for home and job site debris. 65% or more is recycled.
Kill the Cup Campaign: A startup nonprofit that encourages people to bring a reusable cup when they get coffee.
The Elevated Movement: Custom, recycled, beautiful, hammocks.
Singing Rooster: This organization helps Haitian farmers cultivate and process high-quality, gourmet coffee. They are raising money to build a coffee seedling nursery that provides farmers with valuable income. And coffee trees promote reforestation in a country with less than 5% coverage.
GOSESO: An environmentally sustainable school and village outreach project in Tanzania, focused on human, wildlife, and environmental education and health.
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