Born Crown sandals

Pedicure Sold Separately
Because these sandals are handsewn, they require less adhesives and cements. Also, nontoxic vegetable-dyed leather is used in lieu of man-made products for uppers and linings. A small step for sandals, a giant leap for womankind. 

Børn Crown; $99 per pair;
ICU Eyewear aviators

Shady Lady
Save your eyes and your planet with maximum UVA/UVB protection and frames made from recycled plastic. 

ICU Eyewear; $22 each;
The O magazine canvas grocery bag

Sack It to Me
It's 2009; why are we still using paper and plastic bags? This organic cotton tote is your chance to make a world of difference. 

The Oprah Store; $9.50;

Screen Gems
Who says you can't be an eco-friendly couch potato? Watch all the TV you want, but do it on this high-definition beauty—which uses nearly 44 percent less power than the traditional 32-inch-class LCD HDTV. 

Vizio; $500;
Rosanna tumblers

The Green, Green Glass of Home
These 100 percent recycled tumblers are made in Guanajuato, Mexico, where the residents have revived a European tradition of hand-decorating glass. That means jobs for the community and glamour for your table. 

Rosanna; $104 for six;
Bambu organically grown bamboo

There's a Place for Us
Organically grown's not just for environmentally conscious pandas anymore. Use these woven bamboo nesting baskets to hold everything from keys and mail to lemons and limes. 

Bambu; $18 for three;
UncommonGoods biodegradable containers

Herbal Essences
You don't have to be a country girl to have an herb garden. These biodegradable containers are made from renewable grain husks and come with soil, growing instructions, and seeds. 

UncommonGoods; $16;
479 organic popcorn

Pop Culture
We could tell you that this company uses organic ingredients and fair-trade practices, but instead we'll say that this artisanal popcorn is the snack food equivalent of finding Brian Atwood shoes on sale while simultaneously riding off into the sunset with Benicio Del Toro in a Lamborghini on a Caribbean beach. 

479° Popcorn; $49 for three canisters;
Madeline Weinrib organic linen pillows

Puff Pieces
Simple, graphic, refined, the organic cotton-linen fabric on these throw pillows is block printed in India, using azo-free dyes (which don't release carcinogens in the air). Think of them as a politically correct sofa makeover. 

Madeline Weinrib; $325 each; 212-473-3000, ext. 780