The Earth Collective Conscious Christmas Guide is here!

Grab your complete guide to an environmentally friendly festive season, plus eco-friendly gift ideas that are gentle on people and the planet

The front cover of Earth Collective's how to have a conscious Christmas guide 2020

Did you know that the average Australian household spends around $963 on Christmas presents each year, even though $620 worth of these gifts will be unwanted by the recipient?

90% of Australians throw 25% of their food away over the festive season.

And to top it off, we use around 8,000 tonnes of wrapping paper every Christmas!

Many of us count down to the fun, family, food and festivities of Christmas Day. Amongst the planning for the big day, gift buying, decorating and menus organising, it’s easy to feel like there’s no time or energy left to think of creative ways to help the planet too… so we’ve done the hard work for you!

This beautiful e-magazine is packed FULL of simple ideas for a planet-friendly festive season, from eco-friendly gift wrapping ideas, through to DIY presents, plant-based alternatives for the big day, and even how to cut down on waste when it’s all over.

And because gift giving is such a magic part of the festive season, dotted throughout this guide are great ideas for sustainable gifts. Every product you’ll find in this guide has been assessed against our Wellness & Sustainability Standard, so you can feel good about buying and gifting them to your loved ones.

Plus! Everything in this digital publication is clickable, so if you find something you love, you can click straight through to shop.

You’ll find some exclusive discounts, freebies and printables in there too!

To get your copy, just sign up using the form below. Then grab a cuppa, put your feet up and ENJOY.

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Charli Ferrand

Charli wrote her first novel at the tender age of 9, then dabbled in the idea of becoming a professional ballerina for a few years, before returning to her love of writing, acquiring a BA (Hons) in Journalism, Film & Broadcast from Cardiff University in the UK. A three-month holiday in Australia turned into a 11 year residency, during which Charli cemented her career in PR & Marketing Communications working with some of the biggest brands in the world. She also gained her citizenship, discovered her passion for sustainability and eventually ended up coming full circle, combining her professional skills with her love of the planet and oceans into her role as Editor-in-Chief of Earth Collective. A trained journalist, experienced communications professional and qualified Mental Health First Aider, Charli has her finger on the pulse of the latest political and environmental developments around the world. You can find her writing about current affairs, political activism and mental health.

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