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#TheGoodTribe Interview with Pam Meier, Founder of The Turtle’s Back
Wildlife rehabilitation helps provide care for sick, injured, and/or orphaned animals so they can return to their natural habitat. This week on #TheGoodBlog we got to talk with Pam Meier, the founder of The Turtle’s Back. Pam is a jack of all trades! While running The Turtle’s Back, she is also an educator as she offers educational programs, seminars and mentoring apprentices. 
#TheGoodTribe Interview with Blythe Hill, Founder of Dressember
Did you know that according to the International Labour Organization, human trafficking is a $150 BILLION dollar industry? We often hear of big global issues and may feel powerless when it comes to doing something about them. But what if...
#TheGoodTribe Interview with Dan Vandermolen, Founder of CHANGE Lifestyle & Apparel
What’s better than shopping from GOOD clothing brands that not only consider the environment, but also the impact of their decisions on their workers, suppliers, community and even customers?  Finding sustainable clothing brands that meet all these requirements takes a...
3 Super Cool, Feel Good Eco Holiday Subscription & Gift Boxes You Need To Know About
Who doesn’t love subscription boxes? It’s like sending a gift to yourself, from yourself! The joy of receiving a box every month with curated products brings you that warm fuzzy feeling. Subscription boxes are a great way to treat yourself,...
#TheGoodTribe Interview with Michelle Genttner, Co-Founder of Unboxed Market
As an eco-friendly company whose packaging is plastic free and sustainable, it’s a no brainer that The Good Tee has to share this gem of a place with you! Ready to join the zero-waste movement? Check out our new blog on unboxed market where you will find sustainable products, ecofriendly products that have zerowaste packaging.
5 Unique Eco-Friendly DIY Kits To Gift or Make and Give
Holiday season is fast approaching which means spending time and trying to find the perfect gifts for your loved ones. If you’re like me, then you probably like to buy your gifts ahead of time to save yourself the stress of...
#TheGoodTribe Interview with Bobbi Paidel, founder of Tribe of Lambs
What does being ethical mean if there is no transparency from an organization? Transparency is super important to The Good Tee and we even go as far as providing full transparency about our supply chain on our website. We’re always...
3 Ways to Avoid Greenwashing and know if a Brand is Truly Sustainable
A “good” amount of corporations, businesses and brands have begun to advertise eco-friendly, sustainable products and services in an effort to promote their awareness of their industry’s role in climate change. But not all is “good news”. Check our latest blog post on how to avoid greenwashing
#TheGoodTribe Interview with Jennifer Nini, founder of Eco Warrior Princess

Want to learn more about living an eco-friendly lifestyle? What if I told you there was a website where EVERYTHING you wanted to know about sustainable living was all in one place? Enter Eco Warrior Princess- Jennifer Nini. Check out this weeks blog post on how to live more sustainably.

5 Ways to Keep Halloween Sustainable
To help you celebrate in a more sustainable way this year, we have curated a list of things you can do to make your Halloween more Hallo-green and ways to use sustainable tshirts.
5 TOOLS TO MAKE IT EASIER TO SHOP SUSTAINABLE & ETHICALLY
We understand that most ethical fashion brands are smaller and reaching consumers on a large scale is a challenge. We’ve put together five awesome tools to make it easier to find and support credible ethical and sustainable brands. They all accomplish one thing: make sustainable shopping easier so we can all work together to make life better. Check out these ethical and sustainable brand directories.
7 Fair Trade Commodities You Can Certify

Everyone’s heard the term Fair Trade. The words conjure images of coffee, chocolate and happy farmers with fresh produce advertised on a product. Most consumers know it's a good choice, but do we truly know exactly the reason why?

#TheGoodTribe Giving Up The (Plastic) Bottle with Brianne West, Founder and CEO of Ethique
Everyone’s heard the term Fair Trade. The words conjure images of coffee, chocolate and happy farmers with fresh produce advertised on a product. Most consumers know it's a good choice, but do we truly know exactly the reason why? This week on #TheGoodBlog, we're talking all things Fairtrade including commodities that can be Fairtrade certified. Spoiler alert: there are thousands of products that can be certified as Fairtrade, but in this blog we only talk about 7. 👀 Some are obvious, while others are not so obvious.
#TheGoodTribe Empowering Women through Sustainable Subscription Boxes by Sam & Lance
This week on #TheGoodTribe, we had a chance to sit down with Veronica and Alora and learn more about the planning process for Sam & Lance, practicing sustainability outside of the brand, and giving us some advice to pass on to today’s social impact entrepreneurs. Keep on reading to find out more about these good humans.
The Good Tee Unravels The History Of A T-Shirt
We can all agree that no wardrobe is complete without a good basic t-shirt, right? It’s a wardrobe staple that is gender neutral, perfect for every age group, comfortable yet chic and can be styled in so many different ways. Since time immemorial a simple t-shirt has been making a fashion statement like none other, and it has never gone out  of style. How did this timeless wardrobe staple evolve? We at The Good Tee made it our mission to find out, here’s what we unravelled.
#TheGoodTribe Discovering Holistic Wellness with Nisha Barot, Founder of The Milana Company
Have you ever heard of a skincare brand that’s so natural, you can eat it? Cue, The Milana Company by Nisha Barot, a small batch brand located in Ontario, Canada. They’re a vegan, synthetic-free, cruelty-free, all natural, edible skincare and wellness brand that sells oils, masks, face balms, organic teas, and more. Nisha developed the concept through her Pharmaceutical Science background and her passion for integrating natural solutions into everyday living.
#TheGoodTribe Making an Ethical Impact the Social Norm with Jenny Nuccio, Founder and Ceo of Imani Collective
Many know Jenny Nuccio as the founder and CEO of Imani Collective, an ethical impact brand, based in Mombasa, Kenya, where Jenny has lived for the last 12 years. The brand makes interactive products for kids, as well as banners, pillows, and totes, using local-to-kenya materials. Through broken English and Swahili, Jenny and 16 Kenyan women created a deep friendship through shared experiences.
6 Ways to Start Using Less Plastic
It’s Plastic Free July and we’re joining the convo on reducing plastic usage this month and every month. We know plastic is harmful but it’s still literally everywhere and in most of the products we use on a daily basis. We can try really hard to live without plastic but sometimes it’s almost impossible to avoid. Start with one area of your life and slowly eliminate all major plastic or waste contributors before moving onto a different part.
#TheGoodTribe Inspiring Women to Live with Purpose and Confidence with Molly Stillman, Creator of Still Being Molly
Meet Molly Stillman, content creator, speaker, burrito lover, and this week’s lovely #GoodTribe interview interview. Molly has been running her blog, Still Being Molly, for about 14 years now. It’s a hub for everything she loves and advocates for, including ethical and fair trade fashion, clean beauty, her life as a mom and wife, and so much more. I love that she calls her blog her ‘Internet Living Room’, it’s truly a space where everyone will find at least one thing to read, enjoy and learn more about.
8 Ways to Make Your Clothes Last Longer To Practice a Sustainable Lifestyle
Now that I’ve been buying better quality clothing that I know will last longer, I feel good. It really is a great feeling to be able to invest in sustainable fashion pieces that will last many seasons, that are comfy and that really are timeless. Check out the God Tee blog on are 8 tips to make your clothes last longer and continue to help protect the environment and to help you live more sustainably.
#TheGoodTribe Becoming a Force for Change with Grant Trahant, Founder of Causeartist
Everyone can make a positive impact in this world. From a consumer, to an entrepreneur or an investor. We ALL have the capacity within ourselves to become a force for good. At The Good Tee, we believe in the small changes and the big.
This week, we had the pleasure of talking to Grant Trahant, founder of Causeartist. Founded in 2013, Causeartist is a global community of conscious consumers, social entrepreneurs and business leaders who believe social enterprise can positively impact the world.

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