Made With Respect are a proud member of 1% for the Planet, a global organization that connects dollars and doers to accelerate smart environmental giving. 1% for the Planet recognize that the current level of environmental giving - only 3% of total philanthropy - is not enough to solve the most pressing issues facing our planet. To date member companies of 1% for the Planet have donated more than $175 million to environmental non-profit partners.

MWR donates a minimum of 1% total revenue to approved non-profit organisations aligned to 1% for the Planet, doing essential work in six core focus areas; climate, food, land, pollution and wildlife.  Every $ MWR generates continues giving back.

Good Magazine is a beautifully crafted magazine for conscious-living people who love life, style and the planet. Every issue of Good covers the topics of home, fashion, garden, craft, travel, health, beauty and more. There is always a spread of scrumptious recipes as well as expert advice on wellness, nutrition and relationships. Good doesn’t shy away from the topics that matter either. It includes well-researched features on issues of social justice and the environment, celebrates innovation and ‘Good People' locally and abroad It speaks for the philosophy of ‘half cup full’ in a way that inspires.

Through MWR partnership with Good Magazine, we are bringing you a special offer, receive 4 issues for only $29.00.  Click here to redeem.
Founded by Jennifer Nielsen, empowers Australians to make better choices that benefit the environment whilst shifting more power to businesses committed to running sustainable businesses. Jennifer understands that not every business person wants to change the way they live, but believes most would change a small corner of it to ensure this planet is left in good shape for future generations.

And that is what is about, sharing easy, more eco conscious, inexpensive options for a better way to live. Local, energy efficient, organic, chemical free, recycled, handmade, cruelty free or businesses, news, recyclers & tips. 

Perth-based Australian Eco fashion designer Zuhal Kuvan-Mills has taken her passion for slow fashion to a new level with the creation of the Eco Fashion Week Australia.  Zuhal is visual artist and creator behind handmade organic haute couture label Green Embassy and organic textile maison Atelier Zuhal.  She has set her sights on promoting and showcasing sustainable artists and designers on a global level.
Eco Fashion Week Australia collaborate with designers, artists, activists, community, media, businesses and educational programs, as well as the local Governments, to raise awareness for environmentally conscious fashion in Australia with global level.  The goal is to ignite and inspire attendees to change their perspective on fashion.
Sandra Hanns, founder of San Francisco Sustainable Fashion Week International [SFSFWI], is a hub for a global sustainable fashion and beauty in the USA. Sandra is also the founder and publisher of iGreenWoman Magazine, an eMagazine for the conscious woman of today bringing informative and inspirational articles that make a difference in people’s lives.
Sandra is co-founder of Earth Day San Francisco and creator of Green Voices Bay Area Awards for Peace and Sustainability. Sandra’s passion is to unify communities that are interested in forwarding society for Peace & Sustainability. 
The goal is to influence people to use their purchasing power to create a direct and positive impact in preserving our environment, bringing justice labor across the world and promoting healthy communities in a thriving green economy.