At The Green Wall, we only list products from sustainable brands or retailers that sell sustainable products.
Sustainable brands include organisations that take steps to improve sustainable outcomes for future generations. Sustainable brands:
- work with recycled, organic or other sustainable materials;
- choose carbon offsets to reduce their emissions;
- invest in renewable energy to offset carbon emissions;
- produce zero-waste, plastic-free, palm-oil free products; or
- adopt fair trade practices.
Our ever-growing list of sustainable brands:
Allbirds prove that good design, sustainability, and comfort don’t have to be mutually exclusive. Above all, they make some of the most comfortable shoes in the world.
All Birds is a Certified B Corporation that uses sustainable materials in the production of their footwear. They are actively work towards reducing emissions through the purchase of renewable energy and carbon credits.
Furthermore, they are committed to developing future projects to improve the sustainability of their operations. Fore these reasons we have listed them on The Green Wall.
Bed Threads make luxurious bedding made from 100% French flax linen.
Why linen? Linen uses less water and fewer pesticides to cultivate than other manchesters.
Bed Threads is also 100% carbon neutral and their packaging is plastic free meaning that you can sleep easy.
Biome Eco Stores have products that cross a wide range of interests. From reusable coffee cups to natural make-up that have found sustainable alternatives for everyday needs.
They only stock 100% palm oil free and cruelty free products. Furthermore, they provide plastic free shipping, offset the environmental impact of shipping your parcel and are a Certified B Corporation. For these reasons they have been listed on The Green Wall.
Boody Eco Wear produce a collection of high quality and ultra-soft essentials you can feel good about. From socks to underwear, tees and leggings, they’ve got you covered from head to toe!
They only use 100% organic bamboo that is ethically sourced and processed. Furthermore, they thoughtfully package their items in 100% recyclable packaging.
Their fabric rests gently on the most delicate skin and is certified by Oeko-Tex and is pesticide and insecticide free. They only source certified organically grown bamboo certified by EcoCert. These are some of the reasons why they are listed on The Green Wall.
DC Power Co is made for solar households. Their personalised service is designed to help Australians move to renewables in the home and get the most value out of their solar system when they do. They want to help you buy less, not more, electricity.
Doorstep Organics is an online Organic Food Delivery Service. They source Australia’s freshest Certified Organic fruit & Vegetables and deliver it right to your doorstep.
Why organic? Organic farmers use methods and materials which minimise any negative impact on the environment, maintaining biodiversity of the ecosystem and foster healthy soil and growing conditions. Furthermore, choosing organic produce helps to minimise unnecessary pollution caused by fertilisers and chemical pesticides.
Elvis & Kresse is a multi-award winning British sustainable luxury brand. They rescue materials, handcraft them into timeless luxury bags & accessories, and donate 50% of profits to charity.
In 2017 the Burberry Foundation partnered with Elvis & Kresse to tackle the even greater global problem of leather waste. As a result, this Five-year partnership will see at least 120 tonnes of leather off-cuts from Burberry re-crafted into new luxury items, designed and sold by Elvis & Kresse.
Elvis & Kresse are also a Certified B Corporation.
Etsy is a marketplace where people around the world connect to buy and sell handmade and vintage goods. Etsy offers a meaningful and personal shopping experience to consumers and gives independent, creative businesses around the world the tools to be successful. Their mission is to reimagine commerce in ways that build a more fulfilling and lasting world.
Etsy have committed to provide its operations with 100% renewable energy by 2020 through the RE100 initiative. As a result we have listed them on The Green Wall.
ettitude is a modern and sustainable homeware label inspired by healthy sleeping. Sleep with Ettitude, you’ll be sleeping with our world first 100% Organic Bamboo Lyocell bedding that is smooth and soft like clouds.
Their bamboo is 100% from FSC-certified forrest as they don’t tolerate any exploitation of resource under their brand. Their manufacturing partner is certified by Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production
Ettitude is a proud participant of the the climate initiative CO2 Neutral Websites and use reused fabric cut-offs and sew them into bags for packaging.
Finisterre offer a range of men’s and women’s fashion made from recycled content and other sustainable materials. They have implemented circular sourcing, which includes renewable and recyclable textiles and biodegradable natural fibres and finishes.
Finisterre is a Certified B Corporation, offer sustainable packaging. Furthermore, they use sustainable materials like ECONYL® across their product range resulting in being listed on The Green Wall.
Going Green Solutions specialise in two main areas:
1. Eco-lifestyle products for every home and person – re-usable lunch and drink packaging, DIY food making kits, gifts for all ages, natural personal care and green tech.
2. Certified compostable catering supplies for food businesses large and small (bulk box rates). They also have a commercial composting service they can set clients up with.
Green Kid Crafts delights tens of thousands of kids around the world each month with fun, creative and eco-friendly craft and STEM activities.
Green Kid Crafts is an earth friendly company that: plants one tree for each order placed; is 100% carbon offset through CarbonFund; uses sustainable packaging and safe materials; integrates themes of sustainability and donates 1% for the planet. Consequently, we have listed them on The Green Wall.
Linenly is an Australian brand providing the most comfortable and organic bamboo linen products.
All their products are ethically produced and are OEKO-TEX certified which means they are free from harmful chemicals. This minimal business model efficiently reduces the costs to the Australian customers and the environment.
Modsie is Australia’s leading online marketplace for high-end and luxury second-hand fashion. Users can buy and sell pre-loved designer bags, shoes, accessories and clothing. Their Quality Control team inspects 100% of products sold on their website for authenticity and compliance to ensure a safe shopping environment with authentic and high quality products.
Giving a second life to fashion products is a great way to reduce fashion waste. Sellers can make extra cash by selling products they no longer use and buyers can access quality and unique items at lower price!
NEUW Denim developed a premium sustainable denim collection – ZERO.
The water used in their manufacturing process is renewed, reused, and recycled with zero waste being discharged. As a result there is zero contaminated sewage entering into the water grid.
The Zero collection also completely replaces traditional denim distressing processes such as bleaching, acid washing, and potassium permanganate.
Because of this Neuw Denim drastically minimise the amount of chemicals used and decrease their overall environmental impact.
Organic Basics is a Scandinavian clothing company that creates sustainable, better-made basics for men & women.
They only work with trusted, certified factory partners. These factories ensure that their workplace is free of child labor and forced labor. Furthermore, their workers are surrounded in a safe working space, paid a living wage, offered employee perks like free lunch and childcare.
They use a range of sustainable materials including: Organic Cotton, Recycled Nylon, Tencel™ Lyocell, Recycled Wool, SilverTech™ and Polygiene®.
prAna creates versatile, stylish, and sustainable clothing and accessories that you can wear during every activity, every adventure, every day.
Their Fair Trade Certified™ program has given back $400,000+ to 33,000+ workers around the world. Even more, they aim to increase this amount year over year and continue to help improve the lives of the people who make our clothing possible.
prAna is a Certified B Corporation, is Fair Trade Certified ™. Furthermore, they use a range a recycled, organic, bluedesign and responsibly sourced materials.
The Clean Collective is the strictest toxin-free store in Australia.
They stock the healthiest and kindest products available and help remove plastic from the ocean with every purchase.
The products they stock are 100% clean and green and available in one convenient place. Due to this they have made it easy to shop for your toxin-free and eco lifestyle in less time, with zero worries.
Make a difference today and search for alternatives to everyday products from these sustainable brands.