Få hjälp
Få hjälp

LÅT OSS HJÄLPA DIG

Kom igång

English, French or Spanish :)


Ta för dig

Vår helpdesk

Vår hjälpportal är fullproppad av användbar information från våra FAQ:s och hjälpsamma artiklar.


Vi är glada att kunna hjälpa till! Leverans till Storbritanien är försenad p.g.a. Covid-19. Räkna med några extra dagar!

SE
SHIP TO
Sweden
  • Australia
  • Austria
  • Belgium
  • Brazil
  • Canada
  • Croatia
  • Czech Republic
  • Denmark
  • Estonia
  • Finland
  • France
  • Germany
  • Greece
  • Hong Kong
  • Hungary
  • India
  • Ireland
  • Israel
  • Italy
  • Japan
  • Latvia
  • Lithuania
  • Luxembourg
  • Mexico
  • Netherlands
  • New Zealand
  • Norway
  • Poland
  • Portugal
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Singapore
  • Slovakia
  • Slovenia
  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland
  • United Arab Emirates
  • United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
  • United States of America
  • Russia
  • Rest of World
LANGUAGE
English
  • English
  • Deutsch
  • Swedish
  • Español
  • Français
  • Italiano
CURRENCY: $ / USD

Vi rekommenderar...

Your bag

Här var det tomt!

Total före rabatt: $0.00 USD
Total $0.00 USD

13764 reviews
100% secure checkout
B-Corp certified
100% secure checkout
B-Corp certified


Where would you be without your trusty notebook? Phones and laptops are all well and good but sometimes you just need a break from a screen. It’s also been proven that the act of writing something down helps you to better understand and recall it later. Journaling is also used by many as a way to help deal with emotions and achieve goals. 

The market for paper notebooks is expected to keep growing as we enter the ‘roaring twenties.’ But, stopping to pause for a second, most notebooks are made from trees. Trees should be kept in the ground where they can happily absorb carbon from the atmosphere and help us fight climate change. Also, the process of turning wood to paper is notoriously dirty.

That leaves two alternatives: use recycled paper from trees that have already been cut down, or use a more sustainable alternative such as stone paper.

Here are our favourite sustainable notebooks so you can write with minimal, even positive, impact.

A Good Notebook

We’re avid notebook users and use them every day. But we’re not fans of the traditional paper industry and the environmental footprint of regular notebooks. That is why for our range of notebooks and journals we opted for stone paper instead. Leftover stone from local industries is collected and transformed into paper in a process that uses no water or chemicals and runs on renewable energy.

Further, stone paper is a dream to write, or draw, on! There’s no grain direction so the experience is silky smooth. It’s also waterproof, tear-resistant and wrinkle-free. We also offset all carbon emissions so that each notebook is actually carbon negative.

Shop.

 

stone paper notebook

 

Vent for Change

Vent for Change’s notebooks are made from 100% recycled and sustainable materials. Covers are made from recycled paper and 30% citrus pulp. For every item sold we are they give a minimum 10% of the product sales price to education projects worldwide – supporting children affected by war & conflict, natural disasters and extreme poverty back into school.

Shop.

notebook

Port West

Port West make their notebooks from 100% FSC recycled, chlorine-free, carbon offset paper, bound and finished recycled wires. They manufacture in the UK to support local businesses and reduce their carbon footprint. They also donate 5% of proceeds to help aspiring artists, designers and writers in disadvantaged regions.

Shop.

notebook

 

Greenfield Paper Company Hemp Journal

The Greenfield Paper Company are all about tree-free paper. Instead of trees, they use post-consumer recycled paper combined with hemp—a crop that’s been grown sustainably for thousands of years. Their process of turning it into paper uses no bleaches or dyes. Further, they operate a zero-waste facility, re-pulp all of their paper cuttings or use them for packing materials, donate usable scrap paper to local schools and organizations and recycle all excess custom printed materials that they produce. 

Shop.

notebook

Eco Paper’s Banana Paper Notebook

Eco Paper make their notebooks from a blend of post-consumer waste paper combined with agricultural banana waste. They’re made in Costa Rica and use no toxins, bleaches and use either water-based or soy inks  In addition to the banana paper notebooks, they also make coffee paper, lemon paper and mango paper versions.

Shop.

notebook

Poopoo paper

Yes this is what it sounds like. As another alternative to wood-pulp paper, PooPooPaper collects the manure from elephants, horses, donkeys, cows and buffalo, boils it in water to remove all non-fibre materials, mixed with other non-wood plant fibres such as corn stalks, pineapple husks, hay, banana tree trunks, and mulberry bark, and then processes into paper. No chemical and no trees. They also donate a portion of profits to conservation work and animal reserves worldwide.

Shop.

notebook


svenska