Why the Best for the World is not always THE BEST. And why you should be OK with that.
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Why the Best for the World is not always THE BEST, yet. And why you should be OK with that.

Paper on the Rocks founder, Anne Pleun van Eijsden wrote the following post in August 2017. Two years later, we’re sharing it again. Anne’s message, about supporting companies that are in the process of learning how to be both the best for…
Pressed wild flowers. Paper on the Rocks is part of The Pollinators’s Nationale Zaaicoalitie, which aims to make the Netherlands into a true bee paradise.
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Four ways to support biodiversity in your local area

As you might already know - because we love to talk about it - we’re part of The Pollinators’ Nationale Zaaicoalitie (national seed coalition), aiming to transform the Netherlands into a true paradise for bees. As coalition partners, we’re…
Water waste and the paper industry: What makes pulp paper production such thirsty business?
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Water waste and the paper industry: What makes pulp paper production such thirsty business?

Water - it’s essential for our survival: to keep hydrated, grow food, wash. And it's a key element in the production of wood pulp paper. This is the second in a series of blogs looking at the impact of the paper industry on our environment.…
What's the environmental impact of deforestation for paper production? (And how can we rebalance our friendship with trees?)
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What is the environmental impact of deforestation for paper production? (And how can we rebalance our friendship with trees?)

In this post, we’re focusing on deforestation in the name of paper production. What is deforestation? What’s so bad about it? And what can we do to help? This is the first in a series of blogs looking at the impact of the paper industry…