Earth Day 2023 – our clients’ stories

21 April 2023

We would like to share some of our client’s portfolios who, in various ways, tackle the current environmental issues.

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Earth Day is an annual event on the 22nd of April in more than 193 countries, held to demonstrate support for environmental protection. 

On this occasion, we would like to share some of our client’s portfolios, who in various ways, tackle the current environmental issues, support the protection of our planet, and advocate for a more sustainable life.

Bower Collective

Bower Collective was founded by friends Nick Torday and Marcus Hill in 2019. 

Bower Collective mission is to make sustainable living simple and accessible for everyone. They support their customers by eliminating waste and ensuring that products are good for customers and good for the planet.

All of their products feature:

  1. Waste reduction: Bower products help customers to reduce plastic waste as their products come in reusable and refillable packaging or plastic-free packaging.
  2. Low carbon products and service: Bower is committed to reducing the carbon impact on their products, operations and supply chain. Over 90% of products are made in the UK to minimise carbon emissions.
  3. Non-toxic ingredients: Wherever possible, Bower products are made from natural ingredients and are non-toxic for people and ecology. 
  4. Transparent and ethical supply chain: All of Bower’s suppliers meet the Ethical Trade Initiative base code which ensures workers are paid a living wage and treated fairly well as all of their products are cruelty-free and never tested on animals.

If you are looking to stock your home with products that are also good for the environment, you should check them out!


envoPAP’s journey began at the University at Southampton when it became apparent to its founder Kaushal Shah that the paper and packaging industry needed disruption.

How do they do that? From locally sourced agricultural waste from sugarcane and wheat straw fibres, that creates the fibres of their premium quality paper and packaging materials. 

Each metric ton of envoPAP helps save 50 trees from being chopped down for paper and packaging production. Currently, they have saved over 800,000 trees since 2015. By 2030, envoPAP aims to save 10 million trees across the globe and also empower 1000+ people by providing job opportunities and donating profits towards sustainable development.

Explore all of the envoPAP products, and find out about their methods, on their website.


Materra was founded by Edward Brial, Edward Hill and John Bertolaso in 2018.

Cotton is the most widely used natural fibre in the fashion textile industry. Demand for cotton fibre is increasing and there are presently no sustainable ways to produce it at scale – a problem compounded by water scarcity which will directly affect ⅔ of the world’s population by 2025.  

Materra is working towards a fashion industry with a net-positive impact, as well as transparency in understanding the true cost of things, both human and environmental. The company is developing farming technology to grow cotton in the most sustainable and transparent way possible. 

Read more about their vision and methods here.


Brynk was founded by Luke Evans in 2019. It is a start-up with a big ambition to tilt the world’s climate back  in favour of a habitable future. They work with trusted organisations to reforest degraded land, removing CO2 whilst providing job opportunities to local communities.

Trees do so much for the environment and communities – help to restore rainfall and river systems, return biodiversity to regenerating areas, and provide a livelihood to locals.

You can support Brynk and our planet by planting the most effective trees on protected land in many different places around the world. They will help you to plan and measure your impact along the way. Make your pledge now!

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