Designer Tom Ford’s distinctive black and white watch not only looks great, but it also makes a statement. Its case and hand-braided strap are made entirely from plastics pulled from oceans. It features a Swiss quartz movement, Super Luminova hands and numbers, an anti-reflective sapphire crystal, and stainless steel back.
When it comes to the outdoors, you should always leave it better than you found it. The Colony Cleanup is a bag designed for carrying and disposing of any trash you might encounter. Its spring steel top stays open for easy loading, and has a bottom zipper to dump its contents. It’s also got a lined front pocket for non-trash items.
Yusuf / Cat Stevens teamed up with director Chris Hopewell and Black Dog Films to create an animated music video for his classic Where do the Children Play?, an ecological anthem which is as relevant today as ever. The revamped track will be featured on Tea for the Tillerman², which celebrates his acclaimed 1970 album.
Exploring Alternatives introduces us to Catherine and Wayne, who have lived for nearly 30 years on a tiny man-made island in Tofino, BC, Canada. Freedom Cove was built by hand, using recycled and sustainable materials. It has multiple greenhouses, an art gallery, and a floating dance floor.
Buffy eucalyptus sheets are earth-friendly, made 100% from fiber grown sustainably in Austria (not Australia – no koalas affected!), then dyed with all-natural ingredients like rose, turmeric, pomegranate, and tea. It’s an industry first: zero chemicals. The cool-touch fabric is more breathable than cotton and softer than linen.
This cup is perfect for enjoying muesli on the go. It keeps milk or yogurt separate from cereal until you’re ready to mix them together. Simply store dry ingredients in the top section, then unscrew and pour them in the bottom when you’r ready to eat. The reusable container is made from eco-friendly bamboo fiber and corn starch.