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#SeastainableStories - Gab Paloma, Seastainable Co.

#SeastainableStories is a series Seastainable will be a launch to feature amazing ocean conservationists and advocates! We believe that everyone can play a part in contributing to healthier and happier oceans. Our first story we would like to feature is the amazing lady behind all our beautiful marketing collaterals Gabrielle Paloma aka Gab. Read on to find out more! 

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A Quick Guide for your Seastainable Collapsible Cup

Plastic cups and paper cups lined with plastic pose a risk to our environment, marine life, and even humans. Start your Seastainable lifestyle by ditching your single-use plastic habit with the Seastainable Collapsible Cup! Looking for answers about the Seastainable Collapsible Cup? Read on to learn about the crowd favorite collapsible cup below and answers to frequently asked questions: How much can the Seastainable Collapsible Cup carry? 12oz to 16oz - Approximately one Tall Starbucks Drink to one Grande Starbucks Drink Can the Seastainable Collapsible Cup lid accommodate the bubble tea straw? You will need to unscrew the lid in order to enjoy your bubble tea with the straw! On the bright side, our Seastainable Collapsible Cups are able to...

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Seastainable Initiatives for Marine Conservation | Q2 Updates

Time flies when you're having fun! We have reached the half of 2019 and we can't be more thankful for everyone's seapport in the past months. From April to June of 2019, we have been discovering so much potential in individuals who are enabled to bring their advocacies into action through the Seastainable Grant and funding. On top of this, we have made a milestone by holding our first ever community event!  Three Seastainable Grants & Projects were implemented across Indonesia, Philippines & Singapore. Not only that, Seastainable celebrated our first ever World’s Ocean Day with over 70 amazing individuals at A Poke Theory. Keep reading to find out what we’ve been up to. Initiatives World Ocean’s Day Celebration | June 8, 2019...

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What Makes Environmentalism So Hard? Short-Termism and the Importance of Timefulness

Your phone buzzes. Laptop lights up. Alarm rings. Your day is held together, strung by, the minute-by-minute succession of moments, so much so that you – and I – find ourselves wound together by the overwhelming grip of the present. It’s no surprise. Evolutionarily, in fact, our brains are wired for the Now. If we close our eyes and try very hard, we can faintly imagine what evolutionary psychologists often implore us to envision, in attempting to explain the cognitive ins and outs of modern-day humans. Thus the wildly exotic scene: ancient Homo sapiens, thousands of years ago, roaming unsullied lands, not yet conquerors of nature, and yet acutely aware of their environs. If a threat springs forward – say,...

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Why are eco-friendly products so damn expensive?

Sourcing ethical ingredients and materials, processing certifications and logistics, and dealing with transportation costs with less carbon footprint--these are just some of the factors that come into play when coming up with earth friendly products with a sustainable business model. So why else are eco-products so damn expensive?

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