ood ideas aren't quiet... even the ones you write in your always-at-your-side notebook. The pen swooshing across the paper, the hurried scribbling-out of a bad idea and the furious circling of a good one. The crunch of a coffee-stained sheet being crumpled into a ball and tossed in a waste bin. With so many good ideas being generated daily, you want to make sure yours are sustainable, too.
Designed in Sydney, Australia, Karst paper aims to reimagine the way we write - and what we write on. The need for paper isn't going away any time soon, and, like many of the products we feature on Tera Journal, making better consumption choices to begin with is one of the missing steps in sustainability. Karst paper provides the solution to that missing link by creating a higher-quality, super-smooth writing journal made ENTIRELY from wasted calcium carbonate from the mining industry. Yeah, this journal turns disgusting waste in to beautiful new ideas.
Future-proof and 100% recyclable, Karst grounds the calcium carbonate into a fine powder and binds it with a non-toxic, recyclable binding agent to produce the beautiful, pristine sheets. This process leaves a 60% smaller carbon footprint than traditional paper. Karst notebooks are Cradle to Cradle Silver certified, a manufacturing certification that judges Material Health, Reutilization, Renewable Energy & Carbon Management, Water Stewardship, and Social Fairness.
Make your ideas more sustainable by getting yourself one of their incredible notebooks at the link below.
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