Article - 10th May 2021

Is getting to 'net zero' going to be enough?

With hardly a day passing without one business or another announcing their intent to get to 'net zero', the real question is, is getting to 'net zero' going to be enough?  This article, which first appeared on the Sustaineers Consultants web-site, shows the steps businesses are starting to take to reach 'net zero' and asks whether we need to do more if we are going to continue to thrive.

Article - 3rd February 2021

Eden Project leads the way in sustainable licensing

The Eden Project launched its sustainable licensing programme to extend the reach of the brand, to enable a broader audience to be part of the Eden Project story.  This article, published on the Products of Change website, details how Eden targets licensees, building its licensing programme around circular principles.

Article - 19th January 2021

My journey to sustainability

2020 was a momentous year for many people, but not only due to the pandemic.  This article, which first appeared on the Products of Change website, chronicles June's year in which she built on her sustainability knowledge with the University of Cambridge and started to build a far-reaching network of sustainability professionals.

Press Release - April 2019 

LSA win iF Design Award with new CANOPY collection

LSA International are pleased to announce their CANOPY collection, launched in collaboration with the Eden Project, has won an iF DESIGN AWARD 2019.

Assessed on criteria including innovation, functionality, aesthetics, responsibility and positioning, CANOPY was named the winner of the Serveware, Product discipline in the Household/Tableware category.

Founded in 1953 and presented by Germany’s oldest independent design organization, the iF DESIGN AWARD is internationally recognised as a sign of design excellence. A jury of renowned experts in design, industry and architecture from all over the world select the winning entries from over 6,000 highly-competitive submissions.

CANOPY explores the concept of transformation and embodies the environmentally conscious act of taking discarded material and turning it into something useful; utilising materials and production techniques that ensure minimum impact on the environment. The product range is centred around the concepts of hydration and propagation, including drinkware, terrariums, self watering planters and vases. The dome-shaped designs reflect the form of the Eden Project’s Biomes, and the collection name CANOPY is inspired by the idea that together we all live as one community under the same canopy.

Each item within the range is handmade from 100% recycled glass.  Agglomerated cork (made from waste cork) is also used as a key component in selected items: not only is it impermeable, it is also a natural, recyclable and sustainable material. CANOPY packaging is recycled and recyclable, printed with organic vegetable inks and finished with natural glues to further reduce the impact on the environment.


Press Release - 28th March 2019

LifestyleGarden® confirms exclusive new partnership with the Eden Project

In a true industry first, LifestyleGarden® has confirmed that the leading outdoor furniture brand will be working exclusively in partnership with the Eden Project, helping to further drive their common goal of promoting environmental responsibility and sustainability.

This new partnership will see LifestyleGarden®’s garden furniture ranges supported by the Eden Project branding, helping consumers to make a more considered decision at the point of purchase. The new Eden Project ranges – available for the 2020 season – will also provide retailers with a unique point of difference in this normally traditional product category. The company will also have access to the Eden Project’s exclusive designs and patterns, providing the new range with an exciting selection of add-on sales opportunities, including accessories such cushions and deckchairs.

The Eden Project is an educational charity, which connects us with each other and the living world, exploring how we can work towards a better future. Since fully opening in 2011 Eden has welcomed more than 20 million visitors.

David Harland, CEO of Eden Project International Ltd, said: “We are delighted to be entering this significant partnership with LifestyleGarden®. For some time now Eden has sought to work with a furniture supplier whose ethos meets our own in terms of craft and sustainability. LifestyleGarden® have a unique, innovative approach to the challenges within the industry and we look forward to working together”.

Like the Eden Project, LifestyleGarden®, supported by its parent company, ScanCom International, is driven by a desire to always positively impact upon the world; from guaranteeing fair and safe working environments for its employees across the globe, to ensuring all aspects of the business, from material provenance to manufacturing processes, remain as sustainable as they can be. Every product in the LifestyleGarden® portfolio is truly reflective of this ethos, featuring both recycled and recyclable ethically sourced materials, and are created in a sustainable way that works hard to reduce waste.

Talking about the new partnership, Stig Maasbøl, ScanCom International, Group CEO, said: “We are proud to be a sustainable partner to the Eden Project, and we welcome this cooperation much more than the business involved, as establishing a partnership with somebody having so many values in common is a unique opportunity”

“ScanCom will take a humble approach into this partnership and will do our utmost to ensure the company’s dictum - Doing Business The Right Way – The Sustainable Way – will underpin all we do together.” 

UK garden retailers will get their first look at the new LifestyleGarden® and Eden Project ranges this summer at the company’s dedicated trade showroom in Basildon, Essex. Available for ordering ahead of the 2020 season, the range will also be showcased at the forthcoming SOLEX exhibition (9th– 11thJuly, NEC Birmingham).

Visitors to the Eden Project will also be able to enjoy this new partnership as LifestyleGarden® furniture will take pride of place in the Eden Kitchen, Eden’s main eating area located between the Biomes, whilst the company’s latest top-secret product innovation will feature in a number of educational exhibits that will take pride of place at the Eden Project this summer. Further details will be revealed shortly.

Find out more 

If you want to find out more about LifestyleGarden® and its premium-quality outdoor furniture, please visit us at and follow the team on Facebook and Instagram.

Further details about ScanCom’s commitment to the environment and social accountability can be found at

Further details about the Eden Project, including booking tickets, can be found