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Tag: sustainability

9 Ways to Reduce Your Packaging Use

9 Ways to Reduce Your Daily Packaging UseThese days it’s common knowledge that excess packaging is a bad thing. And you probably don’t need us to give you a list of reasons why. So instead, we’ve made this list of practical things you can do to minimise your daily packaging consumption. You...

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10 Examples That Show What a Difference Small Changes Can Make

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10 Examples That Show What a Difference Small Changes Can Make.We Can All Be Difference MakersThe 10 examples below really bring it home; we can all make a significant difference in this world. Even through simple changes like embracing a circular product over a disposable one. The circular...

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Could ‘Returnables’ Be the Future of Coffee?

Could ‘Returnables’ Be the Future of Coffee?Changing Coffee in a Changing WorldThe world is falling out of love with single-use plastic. In fact, according to a global survey published just last month, three-quarters of people across 28 countries agree that single-use plastic should be banned...

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3 Issues Circular Design Can Address to Help Rejuvenate Our Planet

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3 Issues Circular Design Can Address to Help Our Planet3 Big Issues Circular Design Can AddressWe know the planet and our environment is not in a good state. At the root of this problem, really there are three main issues:Consumption, Carbon, and PollutionOr more specifically:Overconsumption...

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5 Ways to Eradicate Single-Use Products Using Circular Design

5 Ways to Eradicate Single-Life Products Using Circular DesignTime to Eradicate Single-Life Products for Good!You heard it here first! YOLO should not apply to products! No product on this great green earth of ours should ever have to utter the phrase YOLO and believe it to be true! It’s time...

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What Are Single-Life Products and Why Are They an Issue?

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Single-Life Products and Why Are They becoming an Issue?Disposable Gets a New NameWe reckon if you can’t turn a product into something new once you’re done with it, or prolong its life if it breaks, it ought to be considered disposable.If you use a product 1000 times before throwing it...

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