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Happy Rabbit is committed to reducing (and where possible eliminating) waste in all its forms: from paper to carbon to cost and time.

As a tech-driven company obsessed by keeping things digital and online, sustainability principles are by-products of our culture and are embedded in many of our internal processes. We are also constantly exploring new ways in which we can more proactively reduce our environmental and social impact.

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Our ongoing goals:

  • Waste less
  • Recycle more
  • Reduce our energy consumption 
  • Reduce non-renewable energy sources
  • Evaluate and reduce our carbon footprint
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We already:

  • Recycle all used paper
  • Keep non-essential travel to a minimum through the use of video conferencing tools
  • Consolidate courier parcels
  • Choose new partners based on their own policies and standpoint
  • Discourage the use of bottled water in the office
  • Ban the printing of emails and documents in the office
  • Practice what we preach to our customers in terms of the use of sustainable textiles
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Data Storage

Happy Rabbit has chosen Amazon Web Services (AWS) as its cloud services platform partner. AWS is committed to achieving 100% renewable energy use for its global infrastructure, and in 2018 it already exceeded 50% renewable energy usage.

Read more about AWS and sustainability

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Sustainable sourcing

As a sourcing partner to many of the world’s leading brands, we have a responsibility to help our customers improve their sustainability performance through the development and use of recycled and organic materials. We are on this journey with them. That’s why Happy Rabbit’s uniforms are all made of organic cotton too.

Formalising our principles:

We are in the process of formalising our internal efforts in order to be able to better monitor our impact and measure progress. To this end, we have started tracking our carbon emissions. By 2021, we will have a detailed roadmap in place to help us reduce our footprint, with formal policies and measurable targets covering the following areas:

  • Energy and water consumption in our offices
  • Procurement and office supplies
  • Recycling
  • Printing
  • Travel