-Trick or Treat with Reusable Bags
Try using reusable bags and containers that don’t need to be discarded after they are used.
Check out these easy DIY ideas for Eco-Friendly Trick or Treat bags:
How to make cheap Eco-Friendly Trick-or-Treat Bags
-Make Do-It-Yourself Costumes
Instead of spending money on a Halloween costume that’s going to be used only once, get creative and make costumes from old clothes and other items you already have around the house.
After Halloween, you can either wash and store your homemade costumes for use in subsequent years, trade with friends, or donate the clothing from which they were made to day care centers, homeless shelters, or charitable organizations.
Here are some ideas:
Do it yourself Halloween costumes
-Give Eco-Friendly Treats
There is a growing variety of eco-friendly candy—from organic chocolate to organic lollipops—available online and from local organic groceries, health food stores, or consumer cooperatives. These organic candies can satisfy your sweet tooth without compromising your health, and they are produced using methods that don’t damage the environment.
Choose treats that use little or no packaging that is produced using fossil fuels and cannot be recycled. Whenever possible, buy locally produced treats from local merchants. Buying locally supports your local economy, and also reduces fuel consumption and pollution associated with transporting products.
Check out these Chocolate bars that help save animal species:
Endangered Species Chocolate
-Make Your Halloween Party Eco-Friendly
Host a Halloween party that features organic, locally grown pumpkins for carving, apples for bobbing, and other pesticide-free, locally grown foods appropriate to the holiday and the harvest season.
Use dishes, cutlery, napkins and tablecloths that can be washed and reused instead of disposable plastic and paper tableware.
Preserve has a wide variety of stylish, high performance, eco-friendly products :
These are just some ideas that will make your Halloween responsibly fun for you and for the environment!
find more ideas here: Go Green this Halloween