Any business worth its salt in 2018 realises sustainability just makes sense. The CSIRO has estimated by 2050 there will be more plastic than fish in our oceans. It’s already in our food chain. The National coastal debris survey estimates that there are about 115,513, 626 bits of rubbish on Australia’s coastline. Australians throw away 1 billion disposable coffee cups a year. These stats are impossible to ignore…it’s time to make
You’ve read before on our blog that millennials demand transparency, ethics and real connection behind their purchases. It’s also well established that despite challenging economic times, consumers are actively avoiding brands with poor ‘green’ reputations. Creative IQ is always striving to minimise its impact on the environment. To reduce
Anna keeps her (very stylish) reusable water bottle near her desk, ready to grab when she’s heading out and about to meet clients or off to facilitate an event. This means not getting caught out and buying bottled water.
Erin’s go-to is her reusable coffee cup. As well as doing the right thing and bringing some cheer to her day with that poppin’ colour, it also scores her a discount on coffee at some cafes. You can find a few on the Responsible Cafes website.
Rhiannon has a treasure trove of sustainable goodies as a former sustainability scout and retailer. Here’s a bamboo
You can find the link to register and more information on the Plastic Free July website.
Don’t let Rhiannon’s calm demeanour fool you, underneath that serene exterior is a bubbling well of unexpected ideas. She takes the standard formula and injects surprising new twists that propel ideas into action. Her talents lie in solving problems and creating solutions – she writes, she designs, she plans, and brings her curiosity to everything she does.
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