In Europe we’re used to seeing coconuts with a brown, hairy shell. But these are nothing like fresh coconuts that you can drink the liquid from with a straw. In Sri Lanka, fresh coconuts are green in colour and large in size. After drinking the sweet liquid from inside the coconut, the green shell is left over. And Interall Group uses these to design its very own “Coco Birdhouses”.
This reusable, recycled water bottle is made from bamboo (lid) and sugar cane (bottle). This means your drink has no artificial plastic taste or smell. Both plants absorb CO2 from the air while growing. So, by using this natural bottle, you’re helping to reduce greenhouyse gasses and put an end to single-use plastic bottles.
Sprinklr (currently only available in NL + BE)
Sprinklr delivers the greenest plants – plants cultivated by sustainable, organic growers. And they live even longer with the help of the Sprinklr app.
Download the Sprinklr app via www. sprinklr.co/app. The Sprinklr plant-coach app provides you with all the information you need about your plants, and gives you a crash course in plant care. If it looks like something’s going wrong, Sprinklr’s plant expert will make a diagnosis and leap to the rescue.
Wow! The cover you’ve chosen is printed using organic ink on cardboard that’s made from agricultural waste. The paper inside
this notebook is made from Vibers, a fibre produced from elephant grass. Elephant grass is a special plant that grows here on Dutch soil, using vacant lots. It absorbs 4 times as much CO2 as a forest of trees, and grows on poor soil without the use of pesticides.