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Trex Outdoor Furniture Rockport Club Chair
Completely different from wood that splinters and fades, this Trex chair is made with more than 90 percent recycled materials, is weather-resistant, and has a 20-year limited warranty. $849.99
Be it for storing school books, or a weekend excursion, the apparel and bag company FEED sells artistically pleasing backpacks, messenger bags, totes, and duffels, along with various other items. The best part about purchasing a FEED bag? Whatever you purchase, you will be aiding in providing school meals and feeding children who have been impacted by natural disasters and other calamities. It helps to be fashionable.
This beautiful wood cutting board is ideal for meal preparation, or serving. It is gentle on knives and won’t show knife cuts as easily as other woods. Environmentally friendly and conflict-free, these cutting boards are made from FSC-certified timber, harvested from renewable plantations in Mexico and Latin America. $46 proteak.com
Not only does this backpack hold all the books, binders and pencils you could possibly need, but it also charges your handheld electronics—via solar power. Includes a removable solar pocket and a padded laptop sleeve.
Bedol’s Drop Water Alarm Clock runs completely on water. Simply unscrew the base and fill with tap water (which only needs to be replenished every six months or so) to enjoy all the features of a typical digital alarm clock.
Mini Me’s personalized storybook
Mini Me’s photo personalized storybook is a great gift for children. Simply upload a photo of your child and up to two adults to create the main characters of the story. The books are printed on Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified paper. $29.99 – $45.99
Jute wine bag
This wine bag by Little Things Favors is made from jute, which is an all-natural, 100 percent biodegradable fiber. It’s a wonderful present for wine enthusiasts and can be personalized with up to two lines of text. $12.56
The Zoom Versa stove is a safe, easy, fun-to-use, rocket stove that cooks efficiently with wood, dried biomass, or charcoal. This stove can bake a whole chicken with 10 charcoal briquettes or cook a meal with a handful of twigs. With a universal cast iron stovetop that supports just about any pot, pan, or grill it’s ceramic combustion chamber keeps heat inside and its refractory metal lining makes it durable. The stove can give off 23,000 BTUs of power and uses 60% less fuel, reducing smoke and harmful emissions by 70%. ecozoomstove.com
Glacier Glass is eco-inspired glassware crafted from recycled wine bottles. Utilizing state-of-the-art diamond-wheel engraving technology, the former wine bottles are completely transformed into a beautiful and substantial piece of glassware combined with the blue tint of the glass, is reminiscent of majestic glaciers. rolfglass.com