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Your purchase of the new Green Earth Diary for your organisation can save you money and the earth at the same time.


Green Earth Diaries is about saving you money now and saving the earth everyday. Our business provides customised energy efficient, 100% recyclable diaries for your business, school or university and we will be donating a percentage of every sale to WWF-Australia to further aid in reducing our environmental foot print.

Your diary will include pages of helpful hints and tips, endorsed by WWF, on how you can help reduce the impact on our environment everyday. It will also contain environmental dates where you and your organisation can get involved.


We can develop a completely branded and customised diary that incorporates all of your needs with as many additional pages of information as you need.

How do we do it?

  • Our business culture
  • Recycled products and low energy options

Our processes:

  • Environmentally responsible paper
  • Vegetable based inks
  • Recycled lay-flat wiro binding
  • Recycled polypropylene protective covers
  • Reduced chemical and energy printing processes

The outcome is:

  • Less impact on the environment during the production process
  • Continued commitment to finding environmentally friendly solutions
  • Financial support to organisations who are committed to reducing our impact on the environment
  • Fully recyclable diary
  • Knowledge that your Green Earth Diary purchase is helping to save the earth
  • Australians use approximately four times more energy per person than the world average. You can help rectify the balance by simply making a more environmentally friendly decision when you purchase your diary.


' Australians use approximately four times more energy per person than the world average '

With recent studies showing that 60% of the ecosystems that support life on earth will be severely damaged by 2050 if we continue living as we do, there's never been a more urgent time to start working towards a sustainable future. WWF-Australia

WWF-Australia is part of the WWF International Network, the world's largest and most experienced independent conservation organisation. It has close to five million supporters and a global network active in more than 100 countries. WWF-Australia
 
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