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If you haven't organised all of your Christmas presents yet, check out this ethical hierarchy of gift giving - it might give you some ideas.

If you are organised and have already got yours sorted, where do you sit on the hierarchy?

Share some of your best ethical gift ideas (which will be particularly helpful for some of us! 😉 )
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If you havent organised all of your Christmas presents yet, check out this ethical hierarchy of gift giving - it might give you some ideas.

If you are organised and have already got yours sorted, where do you sit on the hierarchy?

Share some of your best ethical gift ideas (which will be particularly helpful for some of us! 😉 )

 

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Mel Lamborn

Mary Ackers

Thanks Ashley, I was stuck for an idea for your Kris Kingle so have decided to repurpose some of your old toys and trophies- whoops it’s suppose to be a secret.

Show us your handmade Christmas decorations - wreaths, trees, ornaments.

Inspire us to get crafty! We will share some of our favourites across December.
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Show us your handmade Christmas decorations - wreaths, trees, ornaments.

Inspire us to get crafty! We will share some of our favourites across December.

 

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Handmade native wreaths my Mum and I made at a workshop. Love them 😍

Advent candle wreath - fully compostable too.

Peppercorn tree!

Love these!!!

Belinda Amini

Janine Barelds Sunanda Nagesh

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Have the kids in your life got toys on the Wish list for Christmas? Many of them require batteries - so give them with rechargeable batteries (and a charger too!)

Most rechargeable batteries can be recharged hundreds of times. But when they cease to charge, they can be recycled at places like Aldi,Ikea and Battery World.
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Have the kids in your life got toys on the Wish list for Christmas?  Many of them require batteries - so give them with rechargeable batteries (and a charger too!)

Most rechargeable batteries can be recharged hundreds of times.  But when they cease to charge, they can be recycled at places like Aldi,Ikea and Battery World.

 

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I recommend www.batteryco.com.au - small local business in the NE and the owner knows her batteries! I was able to purchase AA & AAA Eneloop rechargeable batteries this time last year LOOSE - no packaging!

Great idea! 👊🌏💚

If you come across Christmas lights that don't work anymore whilst decorating your house or tree, make sure you take them to an e-waste collection point for recycling.

They, along with all other electrical goods, are banned from landfill.
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If you come across Christmas lights that dont work anymore whilst decorating your house or tree, make sure you take them to an e-waste collection point for recycling.  

They, along with all other electrical goods, are banned from landfill.

 

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Or bring them along to the Unley Repair Cafe and we’ll try to help you fix them!

Thank you! Someone asked specifically about this in our Eco Habits Australia group

Great and impt tip thank you!!

Karyn Randall

Matthew Scott

Emma Wake :)

Good to know. Thanks for sharing

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