A talk with The Other Straw, the startup making straws that don’t suck (for the planet)

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A talk with The Other Straw, the startup making straws that don’t suck (for the planet)

The Other Straw's reusable bamboo straws thwart plastic pollution in the oceans. The following interview is part of the new edition of Climate & Style, our newsletter exploring climate-focused lifestyle, art and culture. Fed up with the growing number of plastic straws polluting the pristine beaches of Victoria, Australia, Jamie-Lee Kay and Lennart Meijer decided to do something about it. Thus, The Other Straw was born. Launched in 2018, the company produces biodegradable drinking straws made from organic bamboo from Vietnam. Additionally, the brand is carbon neutral and aims to…

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