New to the sustainability scene, fashion queen Mae Tan is out to prove that sustainability can be sexy and it shouldn't have to come down to giving up the things you love. She is all about easy to implement little green swaps that we can all get behind.
It all comes down to small greener steps we can take to make a bigger impact.
Going green doesn't have to be hard and you definitely don't have to compromise your lifestyle to be sustainable.
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