Shopping ethically can be tough at the best times, never mind with the pressure and rush around Christmas. We list our gift ideas from our Best Buy ethical companies.
The Christmas season is upon us and, although Covid-19 is having a good go at wrecking our most important holiday, UK consumers are getting ready for the season of good-will.
In this guide, Emma Oddie shows how you can have a low impact Christmas, with all the – much needed – fun included.
Gifts that are created with love and thought, gifts to combat consumerism and save the planet, gifts to spread the word about an ethical lifestyle and gifts that will probably save you quite a bit of money too. It’s the Ethical Consumer Top Ten Alternative Christmas Gift Guide.
We list 10 reasons to avoid the company this Christmas and beyond - from ongoing abuses of its workers to the sale of tech to fossil fuel companies and Trump’s immigration enforcement.
They may seem like Santa but they're much more like Scrooge. Here's why...
We have designed a number of guides detailing alternative ethical retailers to help you boycott Amazon this Christmas (and beyond). This series features booksellers, online retailers and streaming services.
Ethical blogger and writer Rae Ritchie lays out her strategies to be more conscious and less consumerist over the festive period.
The best present you could give a loved one - a subscription to Ethical Consumer Magazine! Give them our print magazine and full access to our website so they can shop with a clear conscience.
Our essential palm oil free guide to help those boycotting palm oil or only buying sustainable palm oil this Christmas.
Blogger Lynsey Clayton (Monsoon of Random) gives a personal view on how to celebrate a very vegan Christmas.
If you want to shop on the high street this Christmas we recommend the top 5 mainstream ethical shops. These well-known shops are staples on the high street, and while they may not compete with some of our highly-rated Best Buy products, they are showing positive steps when it comes to ethics.
Christmas festivities are often wrapped up in an unnecessary amount of plastic packaging. Follow our tips to help you enjoy a plastic-free Christmas.
For many years Ethical Consumer’s gift subscriptions have included sponsorship of an organic olive tree sapling in Palestine. This is then distributed by the Palestinian Fair-Trade Association (PFTA) as part of their Trees for Life programme.