MoMA Two-Tone Borosilicate Glass Straws

This set of six two-tone straws makes for a practical gift or a party favor—guests can drink through them at dinner, and then take one home for future use. Made from true-colored borosilicate glass, the color combinations include yellow with pink, green with blue and lilac with orange. These hues inject a little levity into a practical, easy-to-clean product.

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Slow Factory’s Open Education Fall Calendar Founded in 2012 by Céline Semaan, Slow Factory continues its quest to increase “sustainability literacy” in fashion and all that it entails. Once such endeavor is through free, open education—and they have just announced their upcoming class calendar. With courses including Cultural Appropriation and North Indigenous Peoples, Deconstructing Greenwashing Myths, Waste-Led Design and more, registration is free. All classes …

Sugarcane Straws

An eco-friendly alternative to plastic, EQUO’s Sugarcane straws prove themselves to be robust compared with many other options that disintegrate after becoming soggy. Available in two-packs of 50 straws each, the sweet-smelling (yet flavor-free) straws are made from small-farm-sourced sugarcane harvested through sustainability initiatives in Ben Tre, Vietnam. They are 100% compostable and biodegradable and are chemical- and coating-free. EQUO straws are available now through …