Lori Zimmer

13 Eco-Friendly Back-To-School Supplies for a Sustainable School Year

by , 09/01/11


Naked Binder – $7-$16 at Naked Binder

Behance Action Line – $5 and up from Creatives Outfitter

ecosystem Notebooks – $10.95 at ecosystem

TreeSmart Recycled Newspaper Pencils – $8 for 12 at TreeSmart

7 Piece Recycled Cotton Desk Organizer – $105 at Bambeco

HP Pavilion dv6t Series – starting at $599.99 at HP

Cotton Lunch Bags – $19 at Bambeco

Aladdin Lunch Set – $24 at Bambeco

Lunchopolis Insulated Lunch Set $31.95 at Bambeco

PETE Backpack – $49 at Bambeco

NYC Recycled Messenger Bag – $47 at Bambeco

Pike Messenger Bag – $129 at Bambeco

Voltaic Solar Backpack – $199 at Voltaic

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The plastic and vinyl commonly used in school binders are often not recyclable, but did you also know that they release dioxins during production? Thankfully there are Naked Binders, which are free of plastics, vinyl or toxins, are made from 100% post consumer waste, and are 100% recyclable. Made in the USA, the Naked collection has everything students need to keep organized and green from the start of the school year to the finish!

Naked Binder – $7-$16 at Naked Binder

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Behance’s Action Method system is determined to get even the most chaotic of minds organized. Their line of journals, notebooks, and calendars have been a favorite of creative professionals world wide — the 2008 TED Conference even featured a limited edition Action Book! The suede-t0-touch cover is packed with 30% post-consumer recycled paper, and a color-coded grid system helps you streamline your thoughts and plans.

Behance Action Line – $5 and up from Creatives Outfitter

Reusable Lunch Bag, Alladin Lunch Set, Lunchopolis, PETE Backpack, Pike Messenger Bag, NYC Recycled Messenger Bag, Voltaic Solar Backpack, solar power, Recycled cotton, organic cotton, HP Pavilion dvgt SEries, HP SimplePass fingerprint reader, ProtectSmart Hard Drive, Yesterday's News Pencils, green design, eco design, sustainable design, Bambeco, Naked Binders, Recycled binder, recycled school supplies, Behance, Behance Action Line, TED Conference, Moleskinem Ecosystem notebooks,

Moleskine notebooks have always been a stylish favorite for notebooks and planners. Ecosystem brightens up the classic notebook with their 100% recycled paper  journals. Available in bright rainbow colors, the company has already saved thousands of trees, water, and prevented greenhouse gases with their notebooks that feature a trackable ID number, enabling consumers to not only see its origins, but learn how to recycle them post-use.

ecosystem Notebooks – $10.95 at ecosystem

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  1. grumbuncharolo August 13, 2011 at 5:45 pm

    a green education should leave us not just closer to earth: it should open the gates of wildness again so that it runs, migrates, dwells in our cities again (and in our city brains). we are living in dangerously unsustainable ways, and the roots of that unsustainability lie in a number of lies that lie in our brains: the commodification of nature, consumeritis, and the idea that we are somehow the only Earth Citizens with rights. This semester I will try and find out who my fellow earth citizens are and what they need, and see if there is someway for the human hive to “pollinate” its environment instead of poison it. A design problem for sure, a thought problem for double sure, and an issue moreover of where to park the center of gravity of one’s body and being…

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