To mark the 60th anniversary of Rachel Carson’s seminal publication, Silent Spring, Black Isle Brewery have partnered with Ecosia, the search engine that plants trees, to raise awareness regarding the global decline in biodiversity.
Silent Spring Organic Pale Ale is a hazy Euro/US-hopped pale, dry-hopped with Ariana and Mosaic. Half of the profits from the sales of Silent Spring Organic Pale Ale will go directly to Ecosia’s projects, helping to restore and protect biodiversity hotspots.
Black Isle Brewery have taken their first steps to reaching Net Zero emissions by becoming carbon neutral, working with Climate Partner to support protection of the Amazon rainforest in Pará, Brazil, as well as the development of wind energy in Salodi, India.
Black Isle Brewery have signed the SME Climate Commitment, pledging to halve their greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 and achieve Net Zero emissions by 2040.
Ecosia is a free search engine that uses its profits to plant trees. The forests Ecosia users have planted mitigate climate change, save endangered animals, regenerate depleted soil and improve the livelihoods of local communities.