I am a 20-year-something old guy that decided to make a website about the environment and sustainable products. This is the result. I aim to make “Sustainability Matters Daily” a platform where “normal people”, like you and me, can learn more about how we take care of this planet. This is done by writing articles about how companies work towards a better planet, what you can do to decrease your carbon footprint and give (real) reviews on various eco-friendly products.

Why did I start this website?

After turning 20, I became more and more interested in having an eco-friendly lifestyle. After two years on my bachelor in Business Administration, all students were forced to narrow down their “scope of study”. One option was to study “business and sustainability”, which I chose. From that on, the interest just accelerated. I have now probably seen a million documentaries about various pollution types that got a negative environmental impact. And every time I order beef (which is seldom), I struggle not to think that chicken would be a better choice for the environment.

On a professional level, I have always liked working with websites. Started my first website in 2010, which ended up becoming a business. Sold that website and I am now creating content on the web (almost) purely for educational purposes.

How to get in touch with me

If you want to connect with me on Linkedin: feel free to add me here.

If you want to discuss any of the topics that I write about; feel free to leave a comment in the comment section. All articles have an open comment section and I am more than willing to spend some minutes replying to your comment.

Work with me?

As you might already understand, this website has a quite relevant and engaging audience if you are in the business of promoting eco-friendly products or services. Guess what? I am for sale!

Well, at least sort of. I am always open to collaborating with other businesses, bloggers and website owners. If you have interest in any of the below-mentioned partnership opportunities, feel free to reach out to me by e-mail:

– Guest post.

Warning: I do not accept any 300-word post about your company or your business. If you actually have something useful to write that my readers will be happy to get presented, I am more than willing to listen.

– Sponsored posts.

– Product review.

Warning: I will always be honest. In other words: you should only suggest this if you have a good product or service.

– Banner advertisement.

– Interview.

– Anything else. I am quite flexible on how we structure any deals.

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