A free 21-day online challenge to live more ethically. Learn, engage and act with daily information, challenges and resources sent directly to your inbox.Note: please check your junk folders!
"Every time you spend money, you're casting a vote for the kind of world you want."
In 2011, our population reached 7 billion. That's 7 billion individuals whose daily choices have a profound impact on the environment, on each other and on ourselves.
You are one of those 7 billion individuals, and your power to make a difference is real.
How does the Ethical Living Challenge work? It's simple - sign up below from anywhere in the world, and you'll receive an e-mail each day for the next 21 days. You'll learn about the ethics of everything from the fashion industry to tea and coffee to volunteering abroad, then you'll be given optional challenges, activities and resources which will help you live more responsibly and build you up as a leader.
Want to be an ELC Ambassador? Visit our connect page to find out how.
Ethical living is a global movement and an individual journey. We can't wait to meet you!
"The Fair Trade Association is proud to support the Ethical Living Challenge. As consumers we have the power to cast votes about the kind of world in which we want to live. The Ethical Living Challenge enables people to gain unique insights into the way their consumer vote can be made for products and businesses that provide fair wages and conditions throughout the supply chain."
"Ethical Switch is proud to sponsor the Ethical Living Challenge. Our mission is to empower consumers to swap their daily spending to better options without unnecessary hassle and cost. We have partnered with the Ethical Living Challenge because we believe that the world may be changed with simple decisions about what is fair and right for the products that we buy."
"Child, slave and sweatshop labour are all too real in 2015... and nothing is going to change as long as we all continue to shop and consume blindly. The Ethical Living Challenge is a brilliant idea because it encourages people to consume according to their values... much easier said than done!"