Lighten Up Designs Lamp
Compact fluorescent bulbs are just one part of the lighting equation-the Tuxedo Ellipsis lamp is hand-produced from clay and coated with a nontoxic glaze.
lightenupdesign.com for stores.
This sleek accent piece is crisscrossed with biodegradable pleather.
Spiral Foundation Bowl
Salma Hayek took a shine to this tabletop stunner, which is handcrafted by artisans in Nepal. Woven from discarded food wrappers, the bowl is a chic reworking of waste.
- This super-soft woven bambooo line has found a fan in Anne Hathaway.
- $152; visit ecoganik.com for stores.
TOMS Canvas Flats
With every purchase, TOMS donates another pair of these natural slip-ons to a child in need.
Further Hand Soap
Lather up responsibly with a hand cleanser made of reprocessed vegetable oils, captured from L.A. restaurants.
Yellingbo Gold Olive Oil
Martha Stewart uses this flavorful Australian olive oil which comes packaged in a recyclable box.
$73 for 4-liter cask; at
Woodson & Rummerfield Wallpaper
Conventional paint is second only to cars in emitting volatile organic compounds (V.O.C.s). The solution? Hang Woodson amp Rummerfield's recyclable paper wallcovering decorated with vegetable inks and dyes.
Dayna Decker Diffuser
Looking for an earth-friendly alternative to incense? Try the Flora diffuser, which scents the air with fragrant botanical oils (choose from six).
Thirsting for ways to cut back on plastic waste? Tote beverages as Drew Barrymore does in this reusable Sigg bottle made of light-weight aluminum.
Ducduc Cabana Desk
This beautiful wooden desk of responsibly-harvested hardwood and lacquered nontoxic paint doesn't contribute to the 40 million acres of forest lost every year.
Russell and Hazel Binders
Roughly 14 million tons of plastic are thrown out in a 12 month cycle. When hunting office or school supplies, forgo the new plastic binders for ones made from recycled materials.
Philippe Starck Recycled Chair
Making new aluminum takes 20 times more energy than reusing existing stores. Philippe Starck's Emeco Kong armchair is crafted from 80 percent recycled metal.
Karim Rashid for Umbra Trash Can
This Garbino trash can by Karim Rashid for Umbra looks good and keeps trash out of landfills. It's made of reprocessed polypropylene.
Nepalese Paper Journals
These Nepalese-crafted journals are made of renewable bush bark, not trees.
Camelbak Reusable Bottle
Sip from Camelbak's sporty canteen, free of the potentially hormone-disrupting chemical BPA.
Flower Bud Tulips
These springy tulips are all green-in a figurative sense. (We swear, you're not color-blind!) They're domestic and Veriflora-certified, which means the flowers are grown using water- and energy-efficient practices.
$81 for 40 stems; at
Shaklee Cleaning Products
They can't leap buildings in a single bound, but these nontoxic Shaklee products are super-powerful when it comes to fighting grime.
Scour Off Heavy-Duty Paste, $9; at
Cheeky Monkey Jewelry
Order this recycled silver Emperor Penguin pendant by Cheeky Monkey ($270) and 10 percent of the proceeds will benefit the World Wildlife Fund. Drew Barrymore opted for the recycled gold Polar bear ($520), supporting the World Conservation Union.
Each soy wax candle in Sandra Bullock's new Bessence line is hand-poured and packaged in recycled materials. Light up the lead-free wick and enjoy one of four clean-burning fragrant blends: (left to right) Black Cassis, Herbes avec Lagniappe, Midnight Garden, and Wild Bloomers.
$40 each; at
Take note! These pads are made from 100 percent recycled paper and biodegradable ink.
Small, $4 and large, $9; to order call 800-836-6669.
Recycled Gold Necklace
It looks new, but this gold design-sported by Sheryl Crow-is made from recycled previous metals. The necklace also gives you a chance to do some good-30 percent of proceeds benefit the Natural Resources Defense Council.
14kt-gold Live Green necklace with tsavorite, Mauri Pioppo, $420; at
This guide by L.A. green guru Sophie Uliano offers planet-friendly tips, like where to find luxe eco-fashion and how to save energy while shopping. Julia Roberts, who penned the foreword, dubs it "a bible of hope and help."