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Carbon Neutral Shipments

When you shop on, your carbon emissions from your online shopping are automatically added to your order. This option can easily be removed in one click at time of checkout.
If you keep this option, the purchased carbon credits will be recorded at the project carbon registry with a certificate issued to you once your order is shipped. With the issued certificate, you can track your view your carbon credit journey and track your climate impact.

How it works

  1. Your carbon emissions are added automatically to your order. If you decide to opt-out, simply remove this option from your cart.
  2. Once the order is shipped, the purchased carbon credits will be recorded at the project carbon registry with a certificate issued to you.
  3. Track your climate impact journey with your carbon credit certificate

Featured Project

Katingan REDD+ Forest Protection

Reducing Indonesia’s emissions by protecting and restoring 149,800 hectares of peatland ecosystems.
This project’s goal is to protect and restore 149,800 hectares of peatland ecosystems, offering local people sustainable sources of income while tackling global climate change. The project area stores vast amounts of CO2and plays a vital role in stabilizing water flows, preventing devastating peat fires, enriching soil nutrients, and providing clean water. Rich in biodiversity, it is home to large populations of many high conservation-value species—including some of the world’s most endangered, such as the Bornean orangutan (Pongo pygmaeus) and Proboscis monkey (Nasalis larvatus)—and is surrounded by villages for which it supports traditional livelihoods, including farming, fishing, and non-timber forest-product harvesting.
The project area is located entirely within state-designated production forest which, without the project, would be converted to fast-growing industrial pulpwood plantations. The project prevents this, having obtained full legal control of the production forest area through an Ecosystem Restoration Concession license, blocking the applications of plantation companies.
This project has completed the additional Climate, Community and Biodiversity (CCB) standards. The forest habitat supports 2 critically endangered, 11 endangered and 31 vulnerable species. Preliminary estimates indicate an estimated population of nearly 4,000 orangutans and 10,000 Bornean gibbons, as well as over 500 Proboscis monkeys. These populations represent over 5% of the remaining global populations of these species. Overall, the project area’s biodiversity includes 157 birds, 67 mammals, 41 reptiles, 8 amphibians, 111 fish, and 314 floral species.