Listings in Solar Energy, Accessories, Energy Saving and Food Boxes
BigBarn CIC, the UK’s leading local food website, is known as ‘the Amazon of local food’. The mission is to reconnect consumers with their local producers and encourage trade and communication. One map that everyone uses and shares!
Looking for beautiful, stylish clothes and want to be sure that they were created using fair trade and eco-friendly methods? Where Does It Come From? is an award winning business that has created its own brand of gorgeous ethical clothes.
Suffolk IP1 3QU
Octopus Energy believes energy should be better. A better experience for you through transparency, honesty and simplicity. Better for the planet, through real long-term investment in renewable generation and a low-CO2 future.
20-24 Broadwick Street
London W1F 8HT
We create timeless pieces you can wear through any season at any occasion in every kind of way. We’re a conscious clothing brand that believes fashion can be both stylish and considerate to the earth. Zola Amour. Stylish sustainable essentials.
Functional, high quality eyewear - sunglasses and optical - produced from 100% recycled ocean plastic and fishing nets intercepted from the ocean. Designed for outdoors adventure and lifestyle.
Gather&See is a boutique selling only the best ethical and sustainable fashion online, carefully curated collections from the very best in sustainable fashion talent from around the world. We felt that there had to be a better alternative.
Cruelty-free and eco-friendly fashion accessories made out of scrap tyres and inner tubes. Laura Zabo strives to create a cleaner world by using creativity and imagination to make sustainable and unique upcycled products.
In 2013 the founders of Wilby decided to create a UK made vegan fashion range specialising in the ‘clutch’. These were to be certified animal-free products that are made with a sensitivity to the environment, ethical and fashionable.
Animaná creates sustainable and natural knitwear. They work with communities of organised and empowered Andean villagers who use the traditional techniques they inherited from both their cultural legacies. Soft natural fibres from the Andes.