We seek to deliver a message to the public to be more conscious about the environmental issues we currently face .Also, we strive to build the best product, without harming the environment.
Tiny lover is inspired by nature. We represent our compromise with nature creating collections that create environment awareness. Our suppliers maintain high standards of responsible, ethical, social and environmental practices throughout the precious metals supply chain.
The material that we select for our packing are paper and cardboard that either or could be reuse or recycle. We are mindful about using materials that comes from sustainable sources and we are aware that there is still a lot of things that could be improved but we are constantly working on it.
Happy shark is a fantastic animal that besides being a movie star it is also an important piece in the marine balance. Their number is decreasing precipitously due to overfishing. You could help adopting one, you with that, find more info on the link.
Happy axolotl is an incredible animal with the extraordinary ability to regenerate lost body parts, the axolotl lives in a lake in Mexico and their environment is endanger caused by pollution.
Happy orangutang are incredible intelligent animals that live on the lowland forests. The name orangutang means "man of the forest" in the Malay language. Their habitats are fast disappearing to make way for oil palm plantations and other agricultural planta- tions. Conscious consumption of products could help to reduce the high demand of coconut-oil products.
Penguins are little creatures that will live their entire life with the same partner. They, like other species, are having a decreasing in their population due to, among other things, oil spills and plastic pollution.
Help to preserve their environment by being more conscious of your consumption of plastic remembering to avoid and/or reuse plastic
Happy turtle helps to maintain the health of seagrass beds and coral reefs. Unfortunately human activities have tipped the scales against the survival of these ancient mariners. Do you want to help? Join a local communities to moni- tor and protect nesting beaches.