Show off the animals you want to save

ecojot notebook In Ecojot's trademark quirky, colourful style, four endangered species are shown off at their adorable best: Chimpanzees (which Dr. Goodall has studied and advocated for over 50 years), along with the Giant Panda, Sumatran Rhino and Whooping Crane. The proceeds from EcoJot's endangered species notebooks support the Jane Goodall Institute, including its global environmental and humanitarian youth program, Jane Goodall's Roots & Shoots. Says Mark Gavin, co-founder of Ecojot: “In 1960, 26-year-old Jane Goodall ventured into what is now Tanzania's Gombe National Park to document the behavior of wild chimpanzees. Her work there would inspire generations of Earth's citizens to look at animals – and sustainability – in new ways,” Ecojot is a completely family affair. The company was started in 2007 in Scarborough, Ontario by designer Carolyn Gavin, her brother Mark Gavin, and family. Each EcoJot product is inspired by Carolyn's whimsical designs and each design is often a handpainted creation. They are proudly Canadian with each item in the EcoJot range designed and printed in Canada on 100% post-consumer recycled materials.
Aside from producing gorgeous, eco friendly products, Ecojot has given 25,000 notebooks to children in developing countries under the “Buy 1, Give 1” movement. Glues & inks are vegetable based and biodegradable; and the mill used to make the paper uses clean, affordable biogas (recovered landfill gases) as their alternative power source.
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