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Yagmur Masmas


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Celebrate recycling

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By |April 8th, 2015|Inspiratie|0 Comments

Shakes & Sustainability workshop Mӧvenpick Amsterdam and Attend

Blog by Yagmur Masmas, aGreenStory co-founder and workshop attendee.

Three sustainability workshops from speakers who ‘made it happen’: An inspiring morning at Mӧvenpick Hotel Amsterdam City Centre, organized in collaboration with Attend, Hospitality Agency.

Amsterdam is slowly waking up outside. The rippling water of the IJ can be seen when looking out the window, but inside the room all […]

By |March 25th, 2015|Evenementen|0 Comments

aGreenStory update March

First pick up point opened
It is now possible to pick up your aGreenStory writing materials for free at a. You order and pay online, afterwards you can pick up the order at Sint Servaasklooster 31 during office hours. By limiting transport, we avoid unnecessary environmental impact!

Free pick up in Wageningen, Rotterdam, Utrecht and Nijmegen
Ambassadors have recently become active in […]

By |March 18th, 2015|Green Stories|0 Comments

aGreenStory meets CEO MVO Nederland

See google+ album of aGreenStory during Duurzaam 2015

By |March 17th, 2015|Evenementen|0 Comments

From challenges to solutions (Talk)

Turning sustainability challenges into opportunities: aGreenStory talk at Speaker’s Corner Maastricht.

By |December 24th, 2014|Green Stories|0 Comments

Nomination ASN Bank Worldaward

By |December 18th, 2014|Green Stories|0 Comments

Welcome to our eco-friendly webshop

Welcome to aGreenStory, webshop of sustainable school- and office-materials!

*All prices include 12% tax.

Order before September 9 and do not pay any sending costs by using the discount code backtoschool

We have gathered a range of sustainable, fair gadgets, gifts, office supplies and school material not yet available in the Netherlands. Our products are made of sustainable, recycled or […]

By |August 11th, 2014|Green Stories|0 Comments