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The 2020 Australasian Emissions Reduction Summit is going to be like no other.
To keep you energised and refreshed for these three days of accelerating the transition, we’re sharing with you a few of our favourite low-carbon and carbon-neutral goodies, as well as how we can dispose of the packaging in a sustainable, zero-waste way.
This Geranium Leaf Rinse-Free Hand Wash will keep you feeling – and smelling – fresh during the Summit days.
To become a certified carbon neutral organisation, AESOP has invested in carbon offset projects across the Great Barrier Reef, and Tamil Nadu and Chitradurga in India. These include GreenCollar’s GBR project, which establishes native forests through assisted regeneration, in areas where forest regrowth has historically been hindered.
Aesop's commitment to quality and integrity, demonstrated through its activities in sustainable sourcing, packaging, energy efficiency, and carbon offsets procurement.
Every Alter Eco product is sourced from farmer-owned co-ops practicing sustainable agriculture. Working with the farmers, Alter Eco ensures that the cacao plantation origins of this chocolate have been or will be replanted.
Alter Eco has gone further than carbon offsetting, pioneering carbon insetting: the practice of integrating carbon offsetting within the company's own supply chain to sequester emissions, improve soil conditions, biodiversity and crop health all at once.
So when you’re enjoying this delightfully organic, fair trade and carbon neutral Deep Dark Sea Salt chocolate, the last thing you should feel is guilt.
While we raise a glass, carbon neutral wine maker Tread Softly raises a forest.
Tread Softly reduces and neutralises the carbon footprint of its wines by employing efficient production practices, and planting an Australian native tree for every dozen sold. Over 102,000 trees have been planted to date, revegetating 13,500 hectares of Carbon Neutral’s Western Australian Yarra Yarra Biodiversity Corridor project.
Revel in this fruity and silky 2019 Pinot Noir while enjoying the sights of the revegetation project. It will hold its vintage until 2022 but taste best at the Sundowner Hour on Day 1 of the 2020 Summit.
T2 have demonstrated their commitment to environmental and social practices, so you can drink your emergency tea pack responsibly.
By the end of 2020, 100% of T2's ingredients will have been certified sustainably sourced. All teabags are sourced from plant-based materials. The transitioned of packaging to plant-based and compostable is expected to divert 80 tonnes of plastic from landfill annually.
T2 has partnered with Pangolin Associates to assess their emissions, and with Tasman Environmental Markets and Qantas Future Planet to offset remaining emissions through Gold Standard and VCS projects.
our zero-waste packaging
Your Inke box is made of recycled materials and has been sourced from PEFC and FSC accredited manufacturers. The box is Melbourne-made, and 100% recyclable at any Australian recycling facility. The shredded paper inserted is also 100% recyclable.
These HeroPack shipping mailers are certified home compostable, made from cornstarch and a compostable co-polymer.
Details on the home-composting can be found here.
All parcel delivery has been carbon neutral since 30 September 2019.