Usually, you hear about organizations measuring the environmental impact of their products or value chains. But can you also measure the impact of providing education? Of course you can! And the University of Amsterdam & the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences wanted to find out exactly where their impact came from.
The impact of coconut yogurt: How purpose-driven brand Happy Coco fact-checked their environmental impact
Dairy replacements are one of the fastest growing categories in food. Many brands try to claim a piece of the pie. The Dutch-German brand Happy Coco wanted to take the extra step: What is their exact environmental footprint? Where does it come from? And most importantly: How can they improve it?
Can pocketwear become smaller, more convenient, self-defined, and sustainable? Pocketwear brand Secrid definitely thinks it can. So they measured their environmental impact to prove- and improve it.
Their fashion shouldn’t only make women feel good, says Jan-Willem van Loon, who owns Studio Anneloes together with his wife Anneloes. It should also enable them to make better choices for the planet. That’s why they decided to measure and improve their environmental footprint.
MUD Jeans started measuring their footprint early – and now they can reap the first results.
Comparing Apples and Oranges (and Pears) – The Environmental Footprint of Fruit from Europe & South America compared
We should never compare apples and oranges. Or should we? What’s the environmental impact of different fruits – and how does it differ when they come from different places?
What’s the environmental impact of plastic vs. glass packaging? The winner might surprise you. We’ve calculated the difference for strawberry jam and apple juice.
You barely hear who’s behind the biggest denim brands in the world. But Saitex, the Vietnam-based manufacturer of jeans garments, is taking action to measure and improve their environmental performance.
The Theo Pouw Group distinguishes itself towards through high-value products with low CO2 emissions. Ecochain helps to reduce costs and shows how they can produce materials with less energy.
Together with Ecochain’s Environmental Specialists, Ultimaker was able to compare the footprints of their product lines and understand where the impact gets created – deep-diving into different impact categories such as the Environmental Cost Indicator and the effect on climate change.