Guest Blogger

Rachel Lincoln Sarnoff

Rachel Lincoln Sarnoff

Rachel Lincoln Sarnoff is a journalist, consultant and sustainability advocate who was featured on “TODAY,” “CNN Headline News” and “Good Day LA,” as well as Los Angeles and Lucky magazines, among others.

The former CEO of the national non-profit Healthy Child Healthy World, Rachel was also editor-in-chief of Children magazine—before she had three of her own.

Rachel was co-founder of the online magazine EcoStiletto and authored the spinoff book, The Big List of Things That Suck. Today, she is a partner at GivePlusTake.com, the world’s first swap boutique, located in Santa Monica, CA.

Rachel also publishes MommyGreenest.com, where “you shouldn’t have to be a scientist to raise healthy kids.”

For more from Rachel:
Twitter: @RachelLSarnoff
Facebook: MommyGreenest
YouTube: Rachel Sarnoff

Website:

MommyGreenest.com

Blog Posts by Rachel Lincoln Sarnoff

  • Eco Fashion 101, Part Five: Stored

    Eco Fashion 101, Part Five: Stored

    How to vote with your dollars? Seek out stores that are doing the right thing. In October, H&M topped WalMart as the world’s biggest buyer of organic cotton. Who knew?

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  • Eco Fashion 101, Part Four: Materials Watch

    Eco Fashion 101, Part Four: Materials Watch

    Planning to eco-shop? Consider that

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  • Eco Fashion 101, Part Three: The Secret Sustainable Question

    Eco Fashion 101, Part Three: The Secret Sustainable Question

    You’ve heard about the impact new clothing has on the environment—that you can tell next season’s hot color by looking at the rivers in Mexico and China, where  global fashion brands use hazardous chemicals and dyes to make clothes.

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  • Eco Fashion 101, Part Two: Your Toxic Closet

    Eco Fashion 101, Part Two: Your Toxic Closet

    Going shopping? Before you hit the mall think about this: The average American generates 11.8 million tons of textile waste—10 pounds for every person—every year. That’s four million tons of solid waste every year, or four percent of the content of our landfills, just from the materials that we throw out!

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  • Eco Fashion 101, Part One: What’s Green, Anyway?

    Eco Fashion 101, Part One: What’s Green, Anyway?

    There are a lot of words being thrown around when it comes to green fashion. But green isn’t a label or a certification; it’s a state of mind that, to me, means a product is sustainably produced using environmentally and socially conscious means.

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