Most beauty brands sell chemically-laden body washes you wouldn’t use on your dog. Fortunately for peace of mind and a truly clean shower, there are several natural and organic body wash options available. Image by Bathing Culture #organicbodywash #naturalbodywash #sustainablebodywash #sustainablejungle

9 Natural & Organic Body Washes For All Skin Types

Most beauty brands sell chemically-laden body washes you wouldn’t use on your dog. Fortunately for peace of mind and a truly clean shower, there are several natural and organic body wash options available.

The advantages of sustainable candles are many. They’re better for our homes, better for our families, better for our lungs, and better for our planet. Not to mention better for our nerves… and isn’t that what candles are all about? Image by Nightshift Wax Company #sustainablecandles #sustainablejungle

9 Sustainable Candles For That Eco Friendly Flicker

Burning candles on the regular is about as healthy as driving your car. So, here’s our favorite sustainable candles that are better for our health, better for our planet, and better for our nerves… and isn’t that what candles are all about?

What is linen? It’s a sustainable fabric that becomes a super-sustainable fabric when grown and produced in a responsible and ethical way. Photo by Huu Thong on Unsplash #whatislinen #sustainablejungle

What is Linen and How Sustainable is it?

What is linen and is it sustainable? We’re taking a deep dive into this historic fabric, why was it loved by mummies and religious figures alike and if it has a place in a sustainable fashion industry.

Who Gives A Crap with Simon Griffiths on the Sustainable Jungle Podcast #whogivesacrap #sustainablejungle

Podcast #60 · Simon Griffiths · Who Gives A Crap?

Simon Griffiths is the Co-founder and Head Honcho of Who Gives a Crap, a mission based company that sells “good looking, forest friendly toilet paper, paper towels and tissues direct-to-consumer and donate 50% of [their] profits to help build toilets for those in need”.

By “your” carbon footprint, we mean “our” carbon footprint, because it’s something we can all work on. In fact,we collectively need to... Photo by Christopher Sardegna on Unsplash #carbonemissions #sustainablejungle

How to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint at Home

If everyone lived like an American, we would need 4.1 Earths. 3D printing is impressive but it ain’t planet-producing impressive. Which is why we all need to learn how to reduce our carbon footprint.

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