The eco-friendly Green Plastic version of the Hinza bag is produced from a renewable raw material sourced from sugar cane. When sugar cane is growing, it absorbs carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. When green plastic made from sugar cane is burned, the carbon dioxide is released back into the atmosphere. As the total amount of carbon dioxide does not increase, as it does when ordinary plastic from fossil raw materials is burned, there is no impact on climate.The sugar cane used to produce the plastic for our Green Plastic bags is grown on Brazilian plantations that are located at least 2,500 km from the Amazon. Green plastic is recycled in the same way as conventional plastics. Variations in the surface layer may occur.