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THE LATEST — Sustainable

If you're like me and need some creative ideas for your last-minute Christmas list, I've compiled my favourite eco-friendly and ethical Australian brands to make sustainable gift giving a little easier for you.

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What’s so bad about BPA? It’s a toxic chemical, a really nasty one. It’s used to make plastic and it wreaks havoc on the endocrine system. It’s been linked to cancer, heart disease, diabetes and reproductive issues.

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Stephanie set out with a big lofty goal to create the world’s most sustainable bra when she launched The Very Good Bra and her determination has helped her achieved it.

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Plastic sunscreen tubes have a big role to play in the plastic pollution crisis, but plastic-wrapped sunscreens pose a double threat. Most off-the-shelf sunscreen blends are a chemical concoction of toxins, and an estimated 14,000 tonnes of sunscreen ends up in our oceans worldwide every year.

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When you’re trying to change the world by yourself it feels overwhelming, I get it. But, that’s the secret – none of us have the change the world alone. As a collective, we have so much power to make the world a better place and change our future.

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Since Cove's launch, they've already saved over 120,000kg of single use plastic and because aluminium is infinitely recyclable, their bottles really are eco-friendly. The entire Cove range is also made locally in Victoria, Australia and in a solar powered facility.

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I want to make it easy for you to live more sustainably. I want you to feel inspired to reduce, reuse, recycle, rent and research, so this guide is a starting point. It’s a little step towards a more sustainable future, and the best part about my guide is - it's free!

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I want to make it easy for you to be a sustainable human. I want to make it fun for you to find amazing brands doing good things for the world. I want to make it interesting to learn about what's going on in the world of plastic and I want you to feel inspired to reduce, reuse and recycle.

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If you’re using an average of five plastic produce bags a week when you shop, and you switch to a reusable bag produce bag, you could save over 250 plastic produce bags a year from landfill.

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Australians throw out over 2.7 million single-use or disposable coffee cups every single day, adding up to over 1 billion coffee cups every single year. If you switch out your single-use coffee cup and start using a reusable coffee cup, you can have a huge positive environmental impact.

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Every time you shop at The Fashion Advocate and add your goodies to your AirRobe circular wardrobe (which is super easy with one click at the checkout), you'll do more than look good.

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Innovative circular brands who chose to use recycled leather save thousands of waste from reaching landfill every year, and in the case of The Elsewhere Co., a single product saves up to 200grams of waste. The production process itself creates zero manufacturing material waste too.

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By the end of 2022, a minimum of 30% of our brands will be circular, and I’m talking the real deal honest definition of circular, not the green-washing kind. What’s the difference? A real circular fashion brand uses regenerated or recycled materials to create their products.

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In my efforts to start consuming more consciously in the kitchen, I've been experimenting with ways to get more from our food scraps before they're composted, and this little hack works a treat!

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Once upon a time, I only bought clothes on sale. In my late teens, I loved nothing more than raiding the sale rack at Supré and digging through the bargain bin at City Beach, and I would save all year just to splurge on a shopping spree on Boxing Day. 

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'Slip, slop, slap' has been the Australian summer anthem for as long as I can remember. At primary school, sun safety was big, and as a kid, sunscreen was a daily-slathered staple over summer. I learnt the hard way that sunscreen was a non-negotiable in the Queensland summer sun, and while my generation lathered up to protect ourselves, we weren't protecting our oceans. An estimated 14,000 tonnes of sunscreen ends up in our oceans worldwide every year, and scientists now know that the chemicals found in sunscreen are harmful to our precious marine life. The ingredient oxybenzone, in particular, leaches coral of its nutrients and bleaches it white, and it also damages the development of fish and marine wildlife. Oxybenzone has been found in sea...

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When Plastic Free July rolls around, we make the most of it to celebrate our favourite low-waste, zero-waste, plastic free, sustainable and eco-friendly brands.

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Researching the negative environmental impacts of polyester is a rabbit hole, but as I always say, 'Once you know, you can't unknow', and educating yourself on the impacts of polyester fast fashion will arm you with the knowledge and confidence to make better choices.

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Our masks are ethical, sustainable, Australian made, completely polyester-free and plastic-free, adjustable, washable, reusable, and tailored with darts for a snug no-slip fit. Our BUY ONE and GET ONE FREE ends midnight this Thursday.

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Sustainable fashion is in my blood now, but it hasn't always been. I've shopped from Supré. I've ducked into Kmart for a quick essential. I've been lured into Zara for a last-minute glitzy weekend number. I've even rummaged through the sale racks at H&M and enjoyed it.

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You might be just one person, but one person can change the world, and when eight billion people make better choices, we can change history. Fight for the kind of world you want to live in and make informed, ethical fashion choices - every garment counts.

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Polyester garments take more than 200 years to break down, but they never decompose; tiny plastic particles exist, forever. So, what's the solution? Ditch polyester and switch to natural, biodegradable, renewable fabrics in your wardrobe, and choose to shop ethically and sustainably.

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Kylie's personal experience with domestic violence was traumatic and life-changing, and it took several years to find herself and her joy again. Over time, her positive affirmations became the foundations for her brand, and now, her statements, 'You are beautiful', 'You are brave', 'You are loved', and 'You are powerful' adorn every pair.

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Most of us sleep wrapped up in cotton or bamboo bedding, and while cotton might be a natural fibre, when it is farmed 'conventionally' and not organically, it uses more insecticides than any other crop.

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