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Design House Stockholm

Astrid Lindgren Mug

AED 115

Incl. vat & climate compensation

CLIMATE IMPACT 1,58 kg Co2e
CLIMATE COMPENSATION AED 0.75

PRODUCT INFORMATION

Design House Stockholm is now embarking on an exciting project with its roots in the world of literature.

 

In collaboration with Astrid Lindgren AB, Astrid Lindgren’s thoughtful words are now being launched on a series of colourful ceramic mugs. Astrid’s words are engraved on the mugs in the collection. No other author has so many quotations that resonate with so many people, generation after generation. Some of the quotations can be recognised from Astrid’s well-loved characters, while others are her own.

 

To add an element of surprise, the different characters the quotes belong to are featured inside the mugs. You might be thinking a mug is just a mug, but these mugs are messengers that carry Astrid’s warmth and wisdom.

 

MATERIAL: Stoneware.

OTHER INFORMATION: Capacity: 35 cl (11.8 fl. oz.).

Microwave and dishwasher safe.

 

Design House Stockholm have distinguished theirselves as a publisher of design rather than a conventional producer, working in the same way with designers that publishing houses work with authors.

 

HOW WE COMPENSATE

IWG Pricing Method is the chosen method by Trucost for its emission valuation that is based on the SCC – which reflect the full global cost of the damage generated by GHG emissions over their lifetime in the atmosphere.

Once your order is completed you will be given the option to choose between a variaty of projects that compensates for your purschase. Simply choose the project that you wish TransparAll to give back to!

HOW WE CALCULATE

Our carbon footprint calculation tool for products was developed together with the Swedish environmental research consultancy 2050. We developed a database of CO2e emissions data for the cradle-to-gate emissions generated by materials used in all parts and packaging of products. This is calculated by using the total weight of each finished part/material, the average energy use for product assembly and transportation - everything is calculated in detail.