Amelia’s Magazine | Earth Editor’s Pick: Christmas Gift Guide

‘Pugs Not Drugs’ T-shirt


Available from:
Cost: $28.00

Adorable screenprinted T-shirt by illustrator Gemma Correll. If you’re a fan of those chubby, website like this wrinkly little bundles of cuteness why not tell the world? AND the shirts are eco friendly. Pleasure overload.
Printed using environmentally friendly ink on a natural coloured Gildan Ultra 100% cotton T-shirt (Various sizes available)

Eco Kettle


Available from: Nigel’s Eco Store
Cost: £29.99 (Including VAT)

The latest version of the Eco Kettle, see new and improved. The unique double chamber allows you to measure how much water you need, click saving electricity, water, money and time. It’s 2.2kW, and with energy savings of up to 31% it’s essential for any environmentally friendly kitchen or workplace. Available in Chrome or White! (I recommend Chrome, very snazzy)

Local Food: How to Make it Happen in Your Community (Transition Books)


Available from: Transition Culture
Cost: £14.95

An inspiring and practical guide to creating local food initiatives, by Rob Hopkins and Tamzin Pinkerton. Learn how to restore community networks and generate healthy local produce, yum. Theres also a review here!

Steenbergs Christmas Spice Box


Available from: Steenbergs Organic
Cost: £22.50

Spice up your Christmas with this gift box from Steenbergs! Features 9 essential Organic spices for the festive season; Mixed Spice, Whole Cloves, 3 colour Pepper, Madras Curry Powder, Allspice, Cinnamon (which I hear is Santa’s favourite), Nutmeg, Juniper Berries and Portuguese Fleur de Sel. There is also a recipe leaflet included to get you started in the kitchen.

Sun Jar Solar Light


Available from: Nigel’s Eco Store
Cost: £19.99 (Including VAT)

The sun…in a jar! A solar powered LED light charges itself during the day and automatically turns itself on at night. Available in a range of colours to give your room a sunny glow!

The Art Not Oil Diary 2010


Available from: Various UK bookshops or
Cost: £7.95 + p&p

Too busy to appreciate the earth? The ‘Art not Oil’ Diary joins art, environmental awareness and time management. First launched at the Arnolfini Gallery in Bristol, it features full colour images of artworks taken from the many Art Not Oil galleries…

“The Art Not Oil Diary 2010 is a beautiful, stirring 365 day reminder of
the extraordinary art that is being made in the struggle for a safer, more
just future, and the crucial role that our creativity will need to play if
we’re to have a chance of reaching that place.”

And if those don’t jingle your bells who wouldn’t love…

Grow your own Christmas Tree


Available from:Nigel’s Eco Store
Cost: £2.99 (Including VAT)

Grow your own cute little Christmas Tree with this great set, which includes everything you need to get started; seeds, compost and a terracotta pot. Fantastic for anyone with a green thumb (and those who appreciate the little things!)

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