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…Etnies is taking on the SEED Project?

Etnies SEED Project

The etnies SEED Project “is a unique collection of apparel and footwear made of sustainable and recycled materials that reflect etines’ responsibility to give back to the planet. With the purchase of these products, one percent of the proceeds will be donated to benefit environmental organizations that etnies believes will plant the seeds for the future of action sports, humanity and our planet.”

The Spring ’08 collection was done in collaboration with San Diego-based artists Gary Benzel, and includes shoes, sandals, shirts, hats, socks, and hoodies for both men and women.

Looking good while saving the planet?

Count me in.

[Etnies – SEED Project]

[Via: Complex Blog]

…Cotton Monsters are cute?

Cotton Monster

Cotton Monsters are Jennifer Strunge’s cute, stuffed, and hand made monsters.

Since she uses no patterns, each one is unique, and every day, new monsters are added to the store.

They’re also “made with love using recycled clothes and linens” so you can feel good knowing that you’re saving a shirt from sure destruction.

Hurry though, as these monsters go fast.

[Cotton Monster]

[Via: Boing Boing]

…Java is a good soda flavor?

JavaPop

JavaPop is the nation’s first organic and fair trade certified coffee soda; a carbonated, non-dairy based, 100% natural coffee drink that’s “made from ingredients you can pronounce”. Though I’m skeptical about the taste of a coffee flavored soda, it sounds like it’s made of some good stuff, so I’d be interested to try it. Plus, they use recycled materials in all of their packaging, so you don’t have to worry about your drink downing the environment. How refreshing.

[JavaPop]

[Via: TreeHugger]

…Wine bottles should be recycled?

Wine Bottle

On behalf of the Earth, I’d like to say thanks to Wolf Blass for bottling their Bilyara Reserve in P.E.T. bottles. Unlike the traditional colored glass used in wine bottles which can only be “downcycled” into lower grade products, P.E.T. can be recycled into many equivalent products, so it produces 80% less wastes than traditional bottles. Plus, it makes the bottles “unbreakable”. It’s environmental.

[Wolf Blass]

[Via: TreeHugger]