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Ethical Crush: Environmentally Friendly Packaging

'Ethical Crush?’ What is it?

Every week we feature a brand that aligns with our philosophy- a brand that we call our ‘ethical crush’. Every brand featured here is environmentally friendly at the core and strives to do its bit for the animals, the environment, workers. 

Our ‘Ethical Crush’ this week is..

Conscious Paper

What makes them different?

Conscious Paper, has been on a journey of learning and offering an environmentally friendly and  cruelty free alternative to stationery and packaging. Customised, recycled and 100% eco-friendly (which includes being chemical-free and biodegradable), the brand has a long list of amazing ethos that will make you fall in love with their designs.

We love them because

Conscious paper offers wonderful environmentally friendly packaging to sustainable brands and those who wish to make a difference. Their cruelty-free solutions comprise of 2 alternatives:

I) Seed Paper is handmade from seeds and cotton. It is made from pre-consumer cotton material and embedded with seeds. When you plant the paper in the soil, the cotton will start decomposing itself in the soil and the seeds will start to germinate and slowly become a plant.

ii) Elephant Dung Paper is sourced from the rural villages of Sri Lanka. It is 100% handmade from post consumer paper waste, elephant dung and other waste materials such as banana bark, paddy straw etc. One may argue that this is not vegan in its purest sense (elephant dung is an animal by-product after all) but if we can put to good use something that the animal leaves behind- it is worth the cause, right?

The company tries to strategically influencing the Sustainable Development Goals by United Nations, and is committed to pursuing opportunities to solve societal and environmental challenges through business innovation and collaboration.

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