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Dec 15

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Round up of the best ethical gift guides for Christmas


The run up to Christmas is well underway. People are looking for last minute gift ideas and scouring the shops and the internet for that ‘must have’ gift. 

While we are embracing the spirit of Christmas, we want to promote conscious consumerism, and we aren’t the only ones. Here we offer some great ethical bloggers and their tips for an ethical Christmas. 

 

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The Quirky Queer

Izzy Mcleod offers a gift guide for the whole family. Izzy rejects gender or family member stereotypes, and instead she categorizes her gift guide by interests, so browse for the ‘clothes lover’, ‘beauty lover’ or ‘gadget lover’. 

The gifts range from vegan beauty pamper kits to reusable coffee cups. 

 

 

Bella Green

Anna’s guide rejects the tradition of exchanging gifts and instead praises the ‘gift of nothing’ which puts more emphasis on ‘having a good time, rather than a materialistic Christmas’. 

So avoid the shops and get crafty instead or enjoy an experience with friends and family such as a trip to the theatre or an exhibition. 


 

Monsoon of Random

Lynsey has featured an Ethical Advent Calender on her blog, where each day she features an ethical gift, eco tip or festive recipe. Day 4 features wrapping tips to ensure a waste free Christmas. 

Kindly, Ethical Consumer magazine feature in day 6, as she describes a subscription to our magazine as ‘life-changing’. 

 

 

All Ethical

Claire lists vegan Christmas gift ideas over on her blog, which includes gifts for women, men and kids. 

She suggests giving a gift of kindness this Christmas, and buying a Vegan Food Bank gift donation certificate as a present to help make a real difference to the lives of vegans in crisis. 

 

 

Gypsy Soul

Gino shares her top 10 tips for having a zero- waste Christmas. Recycling wrapping paper and even crackers can help crack down on waste this Christmas. You can buy reusable crackers from Keep this Cracker


 

Vegan Babe Life

Siobhan shares her extensive vegan gift guide, which includes some Ethical Consumer best buys such as clothing retailer Thought and handmade lush bath bombs. 

 

 

Magical Tree

Emmy offers last minute DIY Christmas gift ideas for those wanting to save money and make something personal instead. Emmy suggests raiding your utensil box and cupboards rather than buying new. Crafts include lights in a globe, a personalised box-frame or make something edible, with a chocolate-oat cookie jar.  

 

 

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See our 10 Christmas Gift Ideas with a Twist feature. 

 


 

 

 

 


 

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