Green Finds: The Gold Standard
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Do good for the environment and your style with this Kyler by Joy O oyster necklace ($88; kylerdesigns.com), made of recycled steel and gold.
Green Finds: In Full Bloom
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We adore every piece in the new flirty, affordable, and sustainable Garden Collection by H&M—but especially this rose dress ($40; hm.com for stores), made from renewable fabrics.
Green Finds: Hip to be Square
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Plug the foldable, recycled paper OrigAudio speakers ($16 for 2; origaudio.com) into your MP3 player or laptop and you'll get booming stereo sound—sans batteries.
Green Finds: Secret Garden
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Teach your kids green habits early with a TerraCycle Growing Kit ($4; walmart.com for stores). It comes with three recycled yogurt cups, composted dirt, and seeds to plant veggies, herbs, or flowers.
Green Finds: Bowled Over
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This JCPenney Cooks four-piece batter bowls set ($20; jcp.com), made from 60 percent bamboo fibers, will help you whip up a tour de force dinner.
Green Finds: Turn Over a New Leaf
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Lather up with Ahava Mineral Botanic Cream Washes ($22 each; ahava.com) and their organic plant extracts— like water lily and guarana—will leave your skin velvety smooth.
Green Finds: Hydropower
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Fill up the Bedol water-powered alarm clock ($29; bedol.com) with H20 and the timepiece will run battery-free for at least six weeks.
Green Finds: Light Lunch
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Say good-bye to paper sacks and plastic bags and carry your meals and snacks in the Aladdin Sustain lunch set ($20; aladdin-pmi.com), which includes a 100 percent recycled tote and containers.
Green Finds: Sweet Rewards
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This year Green & Black's Organic chocolate will become Fair Trade– certified—including this new peanut bar ($4; at drugstores). The company has pledged millions of dollars to support local cocoa farmers.
Green Finds: It's in the Bag
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The Looptworks Weilong travel bag ($45; looptworks.com) is made of water-resistant nylon that would have been thrown out as scraps—but this new company "upcycled" it instead to create a trendy tote.
Green Finds: Undercover Support
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Buy a pair of super soft organic cotton Pact underwear (from $18 each; wearpact.com) and the company will donate 10 percent of the sale to nonprofits, like Global Green.
Green Finds: Disappearing Act
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Indulging in a salty snack just got more satisfying. When you toss this bag of SunChips ($4; at grocery stores) into a compost pile, the packaging fully decomposes in about 14 weeks!
Green Finds: Less is More
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To clean your locks, use a One Solid Shampoo Hair Biscuit ($7; target.com). The concentrated formula, the equivalent of three 8-ounce bottles of shampoo, comes in recycled cardboard and a reusable tin.
Green Finds: Earth Perk
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Farmers for Starbucks Organic Shade Grown Mexico coffee ($12 a pound; starbucks.com) grow their beans under the canopy of Chiapan tropical forests—helping preserve the trees and the endangered birds in them.
Green Finds: Sustainable Sipping
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Replace plastic containers and nix worries about leaching chemicals by carrying a glass Lifefactory bottle ($22; lifefactory.com). The protective sleeve makes it nearly unbreakable!