Greenpeace Australia Pacific campaigns on many consumer issues. We have created a series of guides to help people decide on purchases that align with their individual values.
How a company addresses each of the environmental issues covered by the guides may vary significantly. If a company receives a positive rating in one guide it does not automatically mean a favourable rating will be given in another guide.
We are working on getting all of the companies featured in the guides to move in the right direction.
Until they do, we hope that you find the information useful in making your individual choices.
We’re exposing the truth in our new Green Electricity Guide to inform Australians about which electricity companies really are as ‘green’ as they say they are.
How do canned tuna brands stack up on overfishing and destructive fishing techniques? Check out the Canned Tuna Guide.
Do your favourite brands have forest destruction in their supply chain? The Tiger Challenge reveals which global consumers of palm oil are working to ensure that their products are tiger and forest-friendly. Take the tiger challenge.
Use the Rainforest Alliance guide to choose products that have been grown and harvested using environmentally and socially responsible practices. Head to Rainforest Alliance's website.
Use the Australian Marine Conservation Society's Sustainable Seafood Guide to make informed seafood choices and play a part in swelling the tide for sustainable seafood in Australia. Check out the Sustainable Seafood Guide here.
For more tips on living sustainably, check out our Green Living blogs here.