Following an independent study by PricewaterhouseCoopers, cork producer Amorim has confirmed that its Neutrocork bottle-stopper has a negative carbon footprint. Calculated using a life cycle approach, which considers all aspects of production (including emissions of input materials, total energy production, packaging materials, and transport), the Neutrocork has a positive carbon balance of -1.8g CO2e per stopper. It’s carbon sequestration score is -392g CO2e per stopper.
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Before being named editor-in-chief of Spirited magazine, Alexandra Russell had a long career in B2B and trade publications, book editing, and e-learning. She lives in Sonoma County, Calif., with her family.
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