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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...
#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.
#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...
#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.

#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.
#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.
#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.
#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.
#TheGoodTribe Creating A Positive Sustainable Impact with Craig Jonas, Founder & CEO of CoPeace

Change is what we at The Good Tee aspire for. Change in the social, economic, and environmental spaces by employing ethical and sustainable business practices and by also educating people about the benefits of supporting such businesses. It’s never an easy journey especially for small organizations that strive to take small yet impactful steps keeping in mind not just the livelihood of their workers but also the impact they have on our planet. We might be called dreamers, but we’re not the only ones. There are many out there like us who dream of a better world, and what excites us is that there are people who believe in supporting our dreams.

#TheGoodTribe Interview with the Coolest Green Mum in Town, Meera Jain

Meet Meera Jain aka The Green Mum,  a superwoman donning the role of an  eco-blogger, a teacher, and a mother every single day. We asked her the secret to her sustainable mantra of living an eco life, read on to hear what she had to say. Read  about her most important discovery I have made through adopting a sustainable lifestyle. 

#TheGoodTribe Meet the Queen of Capsule Wardrobes - Verena Erin Polowy, Founder & Editor of My Green Closet

Do you know that feeling, standing in front of a closet full of clothes and still not knowing what to wear? I sure do, and this feeling most often leads to mindless shopping and accumulation of clothes that are ‘disposable’ or meant to be worn for a short term only. In short, it’s the beginning of an unsustainable vicious cycle adding to the horrific carbon footprint of the fast fashion industry.

The Importance of Giving Back with Hala Scadar, founder of Dandarah.

In this week's #goodtribe interview, we bring you someone that is part of this incredible community! We are talking about Hala Scandar, founder of Dandarah. Dandarah is a brand created with the mission of empowering egyptian artisans and their communities, selling their fashion accessories, pottery, bags, and more! Check it out!

Upcycling vs Recycling, a #GoodTribe Interview with Founders of Unbelts and Rags2Riches.

Currently, the world only recycles 67 million tons of waste and garbage, when there is more than 260 million tons that can be recycled! Well, our two heroes set their mission to fight against this statistic through recycling and upcycling. 

It’s #FashionRevolution Week! Two Brands You Need To Know That Are Open & Transparent About Their Supply Chain
Have you ever wondered who made your clothes? Here at The Good Tee we wholeheartedly believe in Fashion Revolution which is a global movement calling for a fair, safe, clean and transparent fashion industry. Supply chain transparency is at the forefront of what we believe in.  I had an amazing opportunity to speak to two good humans who followed their passion of giving back to communities and openly share stories about who makes there products. Check out our latest Good Tribe interview with John Pritchard of  Pala Eyewear and Christal Earle of Brave Soles
#TheGoodTribe Interview with Emily Waddell, founder of The Honest Consumer and Give a Damn Goods.

Moving towards conscious living, is no easy path. One of the challenges of becoming more self-conscious is knowing what you buy and how it affects the world. Finding the right brands that suit you and do good can be challenging. Meet the inspirational Emily Waddell, a girl who like all of us, was trying to find her way through the sustainable and ethical world, until one day she decided to share it with all of us! She created The Honest Consumer, a place where she talks about sustainability, mental health, social impact, and more. And through her sister site Give A Damn Goods she  also shares some of the  best sustainable brands that are doing good and changing the world. Check out this weeks #goodtribe interview.

#SlowingDownFashion with Natalie Kay, Founder of Sustainably Chic

What exactly does it mean to live sustainably? Every day we make choices that affect the environment, the climate and other species. From what we eat to what we purchase, there’s a lot we can do to “choose” and reduce our environmental footprint.  Thankfully, there are amazing people on and offline that make it easier for us to learn about what steps we can take to be better to our one and only home planet.  Supporting sustainability leaders who are advocates of social justice and environmentalism will help you expand your horizons and it helps in making positive changes easier.

#TheGoodTribe Interview with Ben Higgins, founder of Generous Coffee
This week we introduce you to another hero from our #GoodTribe, an inspiring good human helping our communities and our planet. The incredible human: Ben Higgins!  We all fell in love with him during his appearance on The Bachelor, now get ready to fall in love with him again.  His compassion extends to his work life and we are super excited to talk to Ben about his latest projects, including Generous Coffee and his book. Ben co-founded Generous Coffee, with the main mission and heart to serve communities! Imagine taking a sip of coffee and knowing that you just changed someone else’s life! Well, Ben is making it happen.
How to Send Laughs and Help the Planet With Nicole,Founder of SowSweet Greetings
Hey, it’s National Send a Card to a Friend Day! And what’s better than giving a fun greeting card to our loved ones and making them laugh? Giving a greeting card that is 100% recycled and sustainable, and that can be planted to transform it into beautiful wildflowers and making them laugh!! How fun is that?

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