Earth Day is an annual event that aims to raise awareness about environmental issues and promote sustainable practices. As we celebrate this important day, it's worth taking a closer look at some of the companies we have decided to work with that are making a positive impact on the environment, particularly in the clothing and toy industry.


  • Tentree is a company that has made a name for itself by producing sustainable clothing made from eco-friendly materials. They use materials like organic cotton, recycled polyester, and TENCEL™ Lyocell to create stylish and comfortable clothing that is also environmentally responsible. In addition to their sustainable materials, Tentree is committed to planting 10 trees for every item sold, which has helped them to plant over 100 million trees around the world.  Join the movement to plant 1 billion trees!

  • Plan Toys is another company that is doing its part to promote sustainability in the toy industry. They create high-quality wooden toys that are made from sustainable materials like rubberwood and painted with non-toxic, water-based dyes. Plan Toys is also committed to zero-waste production, which means they use every last bit of wood and sawdust to create new products or generate energy.

  • Stojo is a company that is tackling the issue of single-use plastic waste by creating collapsible, reusable cups and bottles. Their products are made from eco-friendly materials like silicone and recycled materials, and are designed to be durable, easy to clean, and convenient to carry around. With Stojo products, consumers can reduce their reliance on disposable cups and bottles, which helps to reduce plastic waste and protect the environment.

  • TruEarth is a company that is disrupting the laundry detergent industry with its innovative eco-strips. These compact strips are made from all-natural ingredients and are packaged in compostable materials, making them a more sustainable alternative to traditional laundry detergents. TruEarth's eco-strips are also lightweight, which means they reduce transportation emissions and energy consumption during shipping.

  • The Simple Folk is a children's clothing brand that is committed to sustainability and ethical production. They use organic, GOTS-certified cotton and non-toxic, eco-friendly dyes to create comfortable and timeless clothing for kids. The Simple Folk also prioritizes fair labor practices, which means they work with factories that provide fair wages and safe working conditions for their employees.

  • Nudnik is a company that is rethinking the way we approach textile waste in the fashion industry. They create unique, sustainable clothing for kids using "upcycling," a process that involves repurposing discarded fabrics and materials. By upcycling, Nudnik is able to reduce textile waste and create one-of-a-kind pieces that are both stylish and environmentally responsible.

  • Little Yogi Company is committed to making the Earth a better place by creating sustainable and eco-friendly products. Their clothing is made from 100% organic cotton and bamboo fabrics with non-toxic water-based ink, and their Harem pants are unisex, eco-friendly, and grow-with-me which means that they are suitable for all genders and grow with the child, making them more sustainable. Little Yogi Company believes in promoting a mindful and sustainable approach to children's fashion, and they have demonstrated this through their ethically and eco-responsible brand. Additionally, all their clothing is made in Canada from beginning to end, ensuring that they have full control over their production and can ensure that it is ethical and sustainable. 

  • Oli and Carol is a company that has made a significant impact on sustainability in the toy industry. They have created a range of baby toys that are made from 100% natural rubber, which is a renewable and biodegradable material. In addition to being eco-friendly, their toys are also safe for babies as they are free from harmful chemicals such as BPA, PVC, and phthalates. Oli and Carol also have a strong commitment to reducing waste and minimizing their environmental impact. They use recycled and biodegradable packaging materials and encourage their customers to recycle their packaging after use. Moreover, they have partnered with Trees for the Future, a nonprofit organization that plants trees to help combat deforestation and provide sustainable livelihoods for farmers. Overall, Oli and Carol's commitment to sustainability and eco-friendliness in their toys has made a significant impact on the toy industry and set an example for others to follow.

  • Orbasics is a sustainable clothing brand that is committed to creating eco-friendly and ethical clothing for children. They use only GOTS certified organic cotton, which is free from pesticides, fertilizers, and harmful chemicals, making it safe for both children and the environment. Orbasics also uses eco-friendly production processes, including low water usage and non-toxic dyes, to minimize their environmental impact. In addition, they have a strong commitment to ethical manufacturing, ensuring that their workers are treated fairly and paid a living wage. Orbasics also has a circular approach to fashion, offering a buy-back program for their clothes and repurposing them into new garments to reduce waste.

Overall, these companies are just a few examples of how the clothing and toy industry is evolving to become more sustainable and environmentally responsible. By prioritizing sustainable materials, ethical production, and innovative solutions, these companies are helping to create a better future for our planet.

This Earth Day, let's celebrate these companies and continue to support their efforts to protect our environment.

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