SIPP INSTANT was founded in 2018 by Byron Bay mates Dylan Garft & Luke Zocchi who struggled to find a great tasting coffee, that didn’t cost the earth, or add to the environmental damage of it! Their passion for health, sustainability and a good brew led them to create SIPP INSTANT, and they have been changing the way people think about instant coffee ever since!
Simply boil water, add 2 tablespoons to your favourite cup, pour in water and stir well for the perfect coffee! Made with certified organic and fair-trade coffee and premium plant based ingredients, SIPP INSTANT is committed to reducing the global impact that we are having on our planet, one SIPP at a time! Certified carbon neutral, plastic free & proudly donating $1 from every product sold to Wild Ark, a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to making our planet more sustainable for the generations to come.
Climate Change Action
SIPP INSTANT are certified carbon neutral by the Carbon Reduction Institute (CRI) under the NoCO2 Program. To achieve NoCO2 certification SIPP INSTANT undertook the following process:
- Commissioned a NoCO2 audit from CRI to measure their carbon footprint for FY2020. CRI’s NoCO2 audit follows the standards outlined by the World Business Council for Sustainable Development’s Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Accounting and Reporting Standard (1), in addition to the international standard ISO 14064.1 (2).
- Have committed to offset their unavoidable emissions through the purchase of units in approved projects under the Verified Carbon Standard (VCS) and Gold Standard, and
- Committed to ongoing annual auditing of their emissions.
What does Carbon Neutral Certification mean?
By meeting the requirements of the NoCO2 Program, SIPP INSTANT is certified as a Carbon Neutral Business by CRI; can be promoted and marketed as such and can display the NoCO2 Logo issued by CRI.
What Carbon Credit Projects does SIPP INSTANT purchase offsets from?
Cookstoves in Developing Nations
Nearly three billion people around the world burn wood, charcoal, animal dung, or coal in open fires or in inefficient stoves and without a chimney for daily cooking and heating. This reliance on inefficient cookstoves and fuels leads to a wide variety of environmental problems including deforestation, air pollution and climate change. Daily exposure to toxic smoke from traditional cooking practices is one of the world’s biggest, but least well-known killers.
Penetrating deep into the lungs of its victims, this acrid smoke causes a range of deadly chronic and acute health effects such as pneumonia, lung cancer, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and heart disease, as well as low birth-weights in children born to mothers whose pregnancies are spent breathing toxic fumes from traditional cookstoves. Women and children must risk their safety, health, and sometimes their lives, to search for and collect firewood in order to cook food over smoky, polluting open fires.
The Cookstoves in Developing Nations project disseminates efficient wood and charcoal cookstoves throughout to reduce dependency on traditional biomass fuels. By replacing traditional cookstoves with fuel efficient stoves in households and restaurants, reduces greenhouse gas emissions, relieves pressure on local forests and assists in reducing the incidence of chronic respiratory disease, improving livelihoods in poor communities.
Cookstoves in Developing Nations sources Verified Carbon Standard and Gold Standard carbon credits from countries including Peru, Uganda, Cambodia and China.