Part Time Rangers has launched a new Peach Penguin flavour, with a portion of proceeds from every can sold supporting Penguin Island in Western Australia.
The island is home to the Little Penguin, which has experienced a population decline of 80% since 2007, as a result of warmer ocean conditions and increasing air temperatures.
Part Time Rangers Brand Manager Ashleigh Wheeler said: “Part Time Rangers drinks are not only delicious, they also support wildlife conservation efforts around the world.”
Part Time Rangers Peach Penguin is available nationwide in a range of nationals and independents, in 330ml cans with 4.5% ABV, 98 calories and a RRP of $22 per four-pack.
New survey shows rising interest in sustainability
A new survey by Part Time Rangers has revealed young Aussies’ (18 – 34 year olds) attitudes and behaviours towards doing good and saving the environment.
Among this “green collar” workforce 68% of Aussies agree their dream job would enable them to help the planet.
If income was not a consideration, 67% would consider working part time to allow for more time to volunteer and help and 63% would quit their job tomorrow to pursue an opportunity to give back to the world.
The majority (76%) of young Aussies agree it’s important to use their time to give back and care for the environment and over half (54%) wish they had more time to give back.
The top three social causes young Aussies care most passionately about are:
- Climate change and the environment (32%)
- Animal and wildlife conservation (19%)
- Housing affordability (17%)
The majority (68%) of young Aussies are more likely to consume or purchase a product that gives back to the environment, with 63% make sure to spend their money on products and brands that are contributing to making the world a better place.
Over half (52%) of young Aussies are passionate about animal welfare and wildlife conservation – the highest of any other generation.
Commissioned by Part Time Rangers in conjunction with Pure Profile, the research was conducted online in December 2022. Findings are based on a nationally representative sample of more than 1000 Australians aged 18+.
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