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  1. All I want for Christmas is some old growth forest
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    All I want for Christmas is some old growth forest

    As wilderness shrinks and biodiversity verges on collapse – it is insanity to plant trees with one hand and clear them with the other.

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  • All I want for Christmas is some old growth forest

    As wilderness shrinks and biodiversity verges on collapse – it is insanity to plant trees with one hand and clear them with the other.

    4 min(s) read
  • Life cycle analysis – greenwash or deep green?

    Life Cycle Analysis, or LCA, is a means of assessing the environmental impact of a product over its entire life cycle, including raw material extraction, manufacture, transport, packaging, use and end of life.

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  • Interview with Jeff Hansen of Sea Shepherd

    Jeff is Managing Director of Sea Shepherd Australia and a Director of Sea Shepherd Global. We caught up with him to talk impact and campaigning.

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  • Towards zero waste at KeepCup HQ

    Since 2017, over 85% of KeepCup’s office and warehouse waste has been sent to be recycled or composted. Our sights are set on that last 15%, focusing on reduction and reuse, with recycling the last resort. 

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  • The Reuse Imperative

    Our friends in the global coffee industry are among those facing immense challenges – cafes, roasters and growers. Still, we tend to believe that every crisis presents an opportunity to grow stronger on the other side...

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  • Why recycling won’t save us from overconsumption

    Recycling allows us to feel good while continuing to consume at breakneck speed. The call grows more urgent to shift away from hyper consumption and linear, take-make-waste thinking to a circular economy that prioritises reduction, reuse and repair, and where recycling is the last option. 

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  • Brixton Blend

    Like many other cafes, Brixton Blend, a specialty coffee shop located in South London, had no option but to close their doors in March due to COVID19. Over the course of this 2.5 month closure, cafe owner Gary worked with his team to plan and refine their reopening strategy to uphold their commitment to reducing waste.

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  • How we lowered our packaging footprint

    Since the very beginning, we’ve partnered with our local manufacturers and designers to ensure all packaging in our supply chain protects the product, is modular, uses minimal material, can be reused for packing customer orders and is recyclable at end of life. 

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Going single-use free

Collections

A world without plastic waste

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