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THE LATEST — Plastic free

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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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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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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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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