This month's issue (March) of Coastal Living features a number of eco-friendly finds in their monthly "Currents" section. In fact, much of the magazine is devoted to it like many other magazines on the stands this March. As the editor notes in her opening note "green has gone mainstream." Remember the flip flop mat we featured when TreeHugger first hit the internet a few years ago? These key chains are similar and are made for the avid boater in mind. Made from flip flop scraps, they hold up to three keys and will float in the water in case they go overboard. They can be purchased at Bitters & Co. for $5.00 each, along with other cool recycled flip flop items — including the mat! Via ::Coastal Living ::Bitters & Co.