As the face of a 23,000-strong army of eco-warriors, Jamie Stott is the leader of a community first and foremost. She is someone who wants to connect with customers through a shared passion for sustainably and ethically sourced products. She is also the owner of a bricks-and-mortar retailer: Ecolateral. 

It’s not like the idea is insurmountable: any business can implement these circular economy principles into their supply chain and reduce its environmental impact. 

But it’s communicating that message and holding yourself accountable that is the most important. 

“I am responsible for my supply chain. This means I ask difficult questions about the origin to its end of life. When I am convinced of the ethical and sustainable standards of the products, then I will stock them in my stores.”

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