The story of how the Two Drifters Distillery created a 100% electric and 100% renewable distillation process, is one of our favourites. Not only does it show how effective will-power and creativity can be. It also shows that being a sustainable business is very possible. Quickly read on to learn more.
Water. The most crucial substance for the survival of humankind. Yet, often we tend to forget just how important water is for us, and how much we take it for granted. This is a problem. Because we do not only consume water for our daily drinking, cooking, or showering. There is hidden water usage in (almost) every product we use. And today we’re going to talk about that.
A new term has risen in the field of LCA’s; the Product Environmental Footprint. A new methodology and standard, initiated by the EU, that will steer organizations to perform more reliable environmental measurements and creates a level playing field for everyone. And here’s how it all works.
You hear a lot of stories about the rescuing of dogs or other cute animals like dolphins and turtles, however, have you ever heard of a company that rescues fruit? Well, vodka producer ‘Good Vodka’ thought that was an excellent idea- and they didn’t stop there.
There is one thing that every company can do to become more sustainable, and it doesn’t cost a thing.
How a Mexican spirit- consisting of 22 different types of sustainable Agave- is empowering small indigenous producers. Read more about this sustainable story in the Mexican Mountains.
For Sir David Attenborough, the Dutch agriculture is an example for the sustainable world of the future – according to his new Netflix documentary. But is that really the case?
Ever wanted to know how a glass cube could revolutionize the way we ship alcohol? Of course you have. In this article we will explain how and why glass cubes could definitely make the liquor industry more sustainable.
Environmental emissions can be direct or indirect – Scope 1, 2, or 3. But the differences between the industries say a lot about the potential to improve.
Everyone loves to talk about sustainability. But what do you actually do about it? Measuring your activities against the Sustainability Maturity Path provides a clarifying look at it.