It's that time of year again! The time when we start thinking about what gifts to give our loved ones. With our guide you can think about giving sustainable gifts that will benefit the planet and the people on it. Here are 5 unique ideas to get you started.

A compost bin

Composting is a great way to reduce food waste and create nutrient-rich soil for gardening. It's also really easy to do! Help your friends and family get started on their composting journey by gifting them a compost bin. This sustainable gift is sure to be appreciated by anyone who loves spending time in the garden.

Eco-friendly day-to-night bag

Plastic water bottles are major contributors to environmental pollution. Roka has designed a weather-resistant nylon bag from recycled plastic. Your loved one can wear the bag on their shoulder or across the body, to fit all their essentials in it. A perfect wardrobe staple to help organise all of their belongings.

A hanging plant

Plants not only make a beautiful decoration for any home, but they also help purify the air. If you know someone who could use a little more greenery in their life, this is the perfect gift for them

Reusable shopping bag

This is another eco-friendly option that will help reduce the amount of plastic waste produced each year. Reusable shopping bags come in all sorts of fun designs and can be used for more than just groceries - they're great for laundry, beach trips, and so much more!

A bamboo cutting board

A bamboo cutting board is a beautiful and practical addition to any kitchen. It's also much better for the environment than plastic cutting boards as it's made from a renewable resource. Bamboo cutting boards are durable and easy to clean, making them perfect for busy cooks. Plus, they make a beautiful addition to any kitchen decor! 

Why not give a sustainable gift that will help make a difference to the environment? There are so many great options available that your friends and family are sure to love. From reusable kitchenware to compost bins, there's something for everyone on your list!


November 16, 2022 — Amy Jellings