Nkuku Artisan Canvas Tech Pouch (£37)
It's an inconvenient truth, but there's a good chance your favourite gadgets aren't very green. All those computer chips have a pretty big carbon footprint, after all.
Take a step in the right direction and stash them in this protective pouch from Nkuku: crafted from rugged recycled canvas, it won't make your tech any better for the environment, but it might see it last a little longer – which is the next best thing.
Patagonia P-6 Responsibili-Tee (£40)
Not an actual '80s tee, this throwback top from Patagonia pairs old-school style with new-school threads: made from 100% recycled material, it contains 4.8 plastic bottles and 100g of fabric scraps – so you can rock the trail like Depeche Mode's still in vogue, without a hint of carbon guilt.
Mutiny Shaving Box (£25)
Rubbing mud on your face and shaving with a sharpened piece of flint in the name of sustainability? We salute you – but your struggle is unnecessary.
Pick up this pack from Mutiny Shaving Co and fight the plastic in style: shipped in recyclable packaging, the kit contains a traditional razor that'll last for years, a shaving brush with a sustainable Scottish oak handle and a bar of vegan soap – which, rumour has it, works better than wet soil.
Grown Kicker Sunglasses (£75)
Try sharing a single pair of sunglasses between 12 and there'll always be someone left squinting. Pick up a pair of these bamboo shades, on the other hand, and Grown will gift diagnostic eye examinations to 12 children – so you'll be saving plenty of peepers besides your own. Incredible.
Light, strong and buoyant, these are sustainable frames you can wear with pride. Now go and dry your eyes.
OneGreenBottle Sanctuary Bottle (£15)
Besides straws and bags, bottles are perhaps the most common source of sinful single-use plastic, which is pretty inexplicable when you consider that £15 will bag you this understated container – a stainless steel number that's reusable, contaminant-free and capable of keeping your precious aqua cool for hours. Grab one now before Attenborough comes for you.