ORGANIC, ETHICAL AND ECO-FRIENDLY SITES
About Organics www.aboutorganics.co.uk
This web site aims to help you lead an achievable healthy and organic lifestlye by presenting information, advice and links to retailers throughout the UK and Eire.
Action for Sustainable Living (AfSL) www.afsl.org.uk
AfSL supports people to live more sustainably by giving simple, practical advice. We also put people in touch with each other so that they can find local solutions to local problems.
AfSL is a not-for-profit organisation, and currently provides these services in the Chorlton, Hulme and Old Trafford areas of Manchester. We are keen to work in partnership with â€œgreenâ€ service providers both locally and nationally to make our clients more aware of the services that are available. If you would like to discuss ways in which AfSL might help to publicise your organisation, please contact our Sustainability Consultant, Anna Oâ€™Sullivan (tel: 0845 456 4468, email: email@example.com).
A Lot Of Organics www.alotoforganics.co.uk
Online directory of organic products and services.
BioBees – sustainable, chemical-free beekeeping using top bar hives
Most experts now agree that a nutrient-rich diet is the cornerstone of good health. Clearspring brings you one of the finest selections of organic and healthy foods from around the world.Over the last two decades, Clearspring has developed an unrivalled range of wholesome vegetarian foods from Japan, America and Europe.
Ethical Consumer www.ethicalconsumer.org
The home of Ethical Consumer magazine and the website of ECRA – the Ethical Consumer Research Association, a not-for-profit, organisation owned and managed by its staff as a workers’ co-operative and funded almost entirely by readers’ subscriptions and by adverts from ethically vetted companies.
Ethical Junction www.ethical-junction.org
The Ethical Junction is a gateway to the ethical sector for people in the UK and Ireland, giving a focal point for a broad range of ethical issues and trading. The future belongs to those organisations and companies who act in a socially and environmentally responsible manner. Consumers are making sure this happens as they become increasingly aware of the wide range of issues over which they have an influence.
An online shoppers guide to GM. Get beyond the hype and find out whether the food in your shopping basket really is GM-free.
Green Chronicle www.greenchronicle.com
Welcome to the green chronicle – The home of organic recipes and gardening on the web.
Green People www.greenpeople.co.uk
Organic food for your skin, hair and body. Organic ranges for your body, skin, teeth, hair, home, baby, kids and holidays. Vegan, GMO-free, no Sodium-Lauryl/Laureth Sulphate, no fluoride. We use certified organic herbs.
Langley Chase www.LangleyChase.co.uk
Produce award winning organic rare breed Manx Loghtan Lamb on a small organic farm in Wiltshire.
Live Green or Diewww.livegreenordie.com
A green version of the original ‘Million Dollar Page’ that sold pixels – this time it’s for environmental projects.
Ethical insurance which protects you and your environment
Nutshell Natural Paints www.nutshellpaints.com
Nutshell Natural Paints offer an alternative to vinyl resins and petrochemical solvents. Using Natural materials, many of which mankind has used since the beginning of time, our paints are formulated to give the results we have come to expect, without unnecessarily exposing ourselves to harm.
Pesticide Action Network UK www.pan-uk.org
An international perspective on the health and environmental effects of pesticides.
The Phone Co-op www.thephone.coop
Ethical phone company that provides excellent telecomms services. Owned by its customers and run solely for their benefit.
Selvedge Magazine www.selvedge.org
Selvedge attempts to provide a comprehensive resource for textile students, artists, designers, scholars, lecturers and enthusiasts and we strive to promote ecological and ethical awareness.
Soil Association www.soilassociation.org
Campaigning for organic food and farming and sustainable forestry.
Sustain: the alliance for better food and farming
Whole Earth www.wholeearthmag.com
Access to Tools, Ideas and Practice.
Wholesome Food Association www.wholesomefood.org
The Wholesome Food Association supports the localisation of food: WFA Affiliated Producers are mostly small-scale growers who produce food free from synthetic chemicals and sell it in their local area. The WFA symbol is set to become recognised as the only food quality assurance mark that denotes wholesome, chemical-free food grown within a few miles of the place it is sold.
Women’s Environmental Network www.wen.org.uk
Educating, empowering and informing women and men who care about the environment. Campaigning on environment and health issues from a female perspective.
Other places to buy Greenfibres products
Centre for Alternative Technology www.cat.org.uk
Machynlleth, Powys SY20 9AZ, 01654 705993
3 Gabriel’s Wharf, 56 Upper Ground, London SE1 9PP, 0207 9283444
Mother Earth www.motherearth.co.uk
Church Bridge, Grasmere, Cumbria LA22 9SN, 01539 435166
Organic Farm Shop www.theorganicfarmshop.co.uk
Abbey Home Farm, Burford Road, Cirencester GL7 5HF, 01285 640441
The Tree House www.treehousewales.co.uk
14 Baker Street, Aberystwyth, SY23 2BJ, 01970 625116